Ready, set, and test!

I've received involved calls this summer about radon. Though testing in the winter is encouraged when the ground is frozen and homes are often closed up, repairs and mitigation can be done in any season. The presence of this radioactive gas comes from...[Read More]

Date Published: 11/27/2020

Testing for radon in Alaska

Radon. It's invisible. It has no taste or smell, and can reach potentially dangerous levels inside residential housing and commercial structures. However, according to Jennifer Athey, a geologist with the Department of Natural Resources Division of...[Read More]

Date Published: 01/21/2020