About the National Radon Defense Network
SmartCrawl Inc, is part of the largest network of radon services organizations in the world, National Radon Defense. National Radon Defense has dealers all across the US and Canada. We are the exclusive dealer in our area. Being part of this network is a huge benefit for our company, which benefits our customers as well.
As only a network can, National Radon Defense draws upon the shared knowledge of all the companies in the network to provide us training programs, vendor programs, and great product innovations. By being a part of National Radon Defense we can provide our customers far better service than if we were a stand-alone company.
Radon Testing & Mitigation
WHAT IS RADON AND HOW DOES IT AFFECT YOU?
LEARN THE FACTS -- RADON MAY BE CONTAMINATING YOUR HOME!
SmartCrawl, Inc. is your exclusive National Radon Defense Dealer for (Central Indiana).
Research about the connection between radon gas and lung cancer has gained more attention in recent years. But there's good news: radon levels can be reduced significantly, and SmartCrawl can help.
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WHAT IS RADON?
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that has become the second-leading cause of lung cancer -- second only to cigarette smoke.
Radon is a byproduct of uranium decay, and all soils and rocks contain different concentrations of uranium. As uranium breaks down over time, it releases radon and polonium. These two toxic byproducts then seep up and out of the soil. If your home is located on top of a high concentration of those gases, they seep through the porous concrete footings and slabs of your home and get trapped instead of escaping out into the open air.
Radon is undetectable with our senses, so it easily goes unnoticed. Over time, continuous exposure to radon leaves everyone in the home increasingly susceptible to lung cancer.
According to the World Health Organization, radon causes 15 percent of the world's lung cancer cases and kills 20,000 people each year. Lung cancer kills more people each year than the other top cancers combined. It also receives the least amount of funding, because many people believe it's a self-induced disease.
For those 20,000 non-smokers who haven't spent extensive time around smokers, radon related lung cancer is far from self-induced. Radon induced lung cancer kills one person every 25 minutes, putting radon in the company of arsenic, asbestos and benzene as a Class-A Carcinogen.