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This colorless, odorless, invisible gas sneaks into your home without you even noticing! Radon enters through gaps in suspended floors, construction joints, cracks in solid floors, cracks in walls, cavities inside walls and gaps around service pipes. Once in your basement or any part of your home, this gas slowly becomes more and more concentrated, harming you and your family. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, a level of 4 picocuries of radon per liter (pCi/L) is the Action Level. Any radon levels above this are dangerous and you need to take immediate action to mitigate radon in such a scenario.
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We just renovated our home. It was our dream for a long time. I am expecting and both of us are so happy and wanted to do this for our baby. But now our home is a mess with all the scrap and wreckage from the construction. We had covered all the furniture with the cloth, but that didn’t stop the dust from accumulating on them. The walls, curtains, all are dusty. I and my husband now have a huge task at hand- a good final interior cleanup. The workers shoveled off the debris from the construction, but the dust remains. Now to give the house a new look, we have to dust and polish everything. One of my friends suggested me to look for construction cleaning services. They will clean and prepare the new space for moving in. I was wondering, how would they charge us? Is it based on area cleaned, or does it depend upon the type of cleaning? I am sure dusting won’t be enough, vacuuming and steaming will also be necessary. Please do give some insights into this. I am open to suggestions, Thank you.