Waterborne Radon Reduction – Nashville, Tennessee

Waterborne Radon Reduction in Nashville, Tennessee

Waterborne Radon Nashville TennesseeYou are most likely to think of radon as a gas that contaminates the air within your home, because radon contamination is closely associated with lung disease and lung cancer. However, radon can also enter your home in Nashville, Tennessee through your water supply. This can happen because the soil around Nashville, Tennessee contains radioactive rocks, which break down over time. As they decay, the rocks leak radioactive radon into the soil. In many parts of Tennessee, waterborne radon seeps in to the ground water. Once the ground water around your home is contaminated, the possibility of radon entering your home through the water supply increases.

We can attend at your home in Nashville, Tennessee and test your water supply for radon. We will produce a full report on the levels of radon that we find, and we will make recommendations on any necessary waterborne radon mitigation measures that you should put in place.

Waterborne Radon Contamination in Nashville, Tennessee

The ground under Nashville, Tennessee contains layers of sedimentary rocks, which have the potential to release radon into the surrounding soil. Radon then seeps from the soil into ground water, and from there it can contaminate well water supplies. If your home receives water from a contaminated supply, you could be putting your families’ health at risk with every turn of the tap. In addition, radon from ground water can seep in to the water lines that serve your washing machine and dishwasher.

If you are worried about radon contamination in your residential water supply, we can put your mind at rest. We can attend at your property in Nashville, Tennessee and carry out professional testing of the water supply. If high levels of radon are detected, we will help you take immediate radon reduction action to protect your health and the health of your family.

Dealing with waterborne radon contamination requires specialized tools and equipment. Each of our contractors comes prepared to tackle waterborne radon contamination. They will ensure that radon levels are reduced and further contamination prevented through a thorough radon mitigation program.

Although Tennessee has no licensing requirements for radon mitigation contractors, all our employees are highly-trained and fully qualified in waterborne radon mitigation. When it comes to your family’s health and well being, you cannot be too careful. We understand your concerns. Every radon mitigation program that we implement is completed to the highest standard.