Outstanding Radon Prevention

Radon is a colorless and odorless gas found in many homes all over the world. Radon is extremely harmful and causes a whole host of health problems. Your health can be greatly affected by Radon, including increased chance of lung cancer, even in non-smokers. Suffice to say, radon gas prevention and counteracting its harmful effects is incredibly important.

Radon mitigation systems are in place in many homes to divert Radon away from the home. These systems use fans and vents to keep Radon out of your home and can be useful in certain circumstances. Radon mitigation can be effective, but it only manages Radon that already exists. But to properly deal with Radon and its harmful effects, the best option is to prevent it altogether. By preventing Radon gas from entering your home, you can further protect your home and your family. Radon gets into most homes through their basement, so for radon gas prevention you need to start where the problem is. First, have your home tested for radon, then find the source (often in your basement) and choose a concrete protective coating that will shield your home from radon.

The SANI-TRED® Solution

The best way to deal with Radon is to prevent it before it becomes an issue. There are plenty of Radon mitigation methods that work to lessen or divert existing Radon gas, but this is only part of the problems. While mitigation can divert Radon gas using vents, fans, and similar systems, only SANI-TRED® can actually prevent Radon before it gets into your home. SANI-TRED® is the revolutionary concrete protective coating that actually blocks Radon gas from entering your home. This protects your home and your family from harmful Radon gas. Other methods simply vent Radon and guide it away from your home, but SANI-TRED® can prevent it altogether. Choose SANI-TRED® and successfully protect your home with outstanding radon gas prevention.

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