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Radon – the odourless and tasteless radioactive gas, formed through the natural decay of uranium in soil and bedrock – has become a pressing concern for homeowners and building occupants around the world.

For homebuilders, contractors and professionals in the HVAC and plumbing industries, it’s important to understand how radon enters into a building, and how risk can be mitigated. “Drains, cracks in the foundation wall and slab, gaps around pipes, and other openings provide points of entry for the soil gases,” advises Fadi Basmaji, Product Specialist at IPEX Inc. “A combination of radon-enriched soil, entryways into the home or building and reduced passive ventilation without radon-reduction strategies is a recipe for elevated radon levels within the occupied spaces.”

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