RADON IN ALASKA

Dated: 09/13/2017

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Is it real? The answer is, yes... it is a naturally occurring gas. It is also real in the sense that people are becoming "aware" and in that some homes are testing at levels above acceptable. The best thing you can do is self-educate... research and approach the matter with common sense. In each area of the state that I work, I am seeing Home Inspectors begin to climb on board; they are becoming licensed to "test" for Radon. That does not mean they are "licensed mitigators".  This is where Alaska has some catch-up work to do; I've learned that one area of the state is 8 months out from having a licensed mitigator. According to another source, our state's Radon expert resides in Fairbanks and is very helpful. Do not fear; approach the issue with common sense and study!

Knik Glacier & River Valley

1 comments in this topic

  • Posted by Howard Kline
    11/02/2017
    hi deena were did my pictures go we have had a lot of action here maybe we will see you soon we will keep our fingers xxxx.

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