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Radon gas: How to limit the deadly gas in YOUR home


“High levels of Radon can be found in buildings of any type, size or location with occupants unaware of the potential danger unless it is being monitored.”

Maintaining good air quality in your home is essential for good health and wellbeing – staying alert to increasing Radon gas levels in your area is easily done with monitoring devices such as Radon gas online maps and the Airthings Radon air quality monitor, View Plus.

Existing Radon level monitoring systems use charcoal or film canisters to provide short-term measurements of air quality in the home before they are tested in a lab – but this is costly and unsuitable for long-term management, unlike newer technology, including the View Plus which uses sensors and smart home technology.

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