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Mold: A Little Bit is Too Much

All it takes is a little bit of mold to cause problems. If you ignore it, it can spread and grow to a size that may become too difficult for an average household to handle if you don’t take action and repair the water source and dry out completely. It can discolor the surfaces as it grows on the surface ... Read More »

Dr. Oz recommends getting your home tested for RADON!

WATCH: Radon on Dr. Oz Program Posted by RadonLeaders (EPA) on March 25, 2010 – 3:24pm Dr. Oz told us today he tested his home for radon gas! Thank you Dr. Oz for helping to prevent future radon-induced lung cancer deaths by helping to spread the message that it is simple to test for radon and fix if the level ... Read More »

Exposure to RADON in the home is responsible for an estimated 20,000 lung cancer deaths each year.

Lung cancer’s very high associated mortality rate is even more tragic because a significant portion of lung cancer is preventable.  While smoking remains the number one cause of lung cancer, radon presents a significant second risk factor.  That is why, in addition to encouraging patients to stop smoking, it is important for physicians to inquire about and encourage patients to ... Read More »

Preparing to Sell your Home

It takes a lot of mental and emotional preparation to sell and let go of a home you’ve grown to love, and the process of selling can be especially traumatic if you are still living in it. You have to keep your home clean and tidy at all times in order to accommodate your realtor and any potential buyers. Here ... Read More »

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