Due to elevated radon levels in North Dakota, it’s critical that residents regularly inspect their homes and businesses for the dangerous gas. Throughout the state, 63 percent of homes have radon levels higher than what the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) deems safe. With the entire state listed as a Zone 1 — meaning it has the potential for the highest amounts of gas — the radon risks are high. Experts like Nordic Radon Mitigation can help prevent those risks from impacting your life.
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