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20
Jan

Revisiting Canadas Radon Guideline

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9
Jan

SIMON AIR QUALITY IS HERE!!!

Introduction Simon Air Quality has arrived! We specialize in the control, maintenance, and protection of indoor air quality. We offer solutions to all kinds of problems facing the indoor air that we humans breath in every day. Our costs for solutions range from very low to high depending, on the circumstances. Fight back against indoor air pollution! Become aware of

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9
Jan

Brief Overview of Radon

Radon (Rn) has an atomic number 86. On the periodic table, you can find it in Group 18 and Period 6 just to the right of astatine. Radon is listed under the Noble gases category along with neon, helium, xenon, argon, and krypton. It is a radioactive gas released from normal decay of radium, thorium, and uranium in rock and

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9
Jan

My Reason For Starting This Company

This post explains why I created Simon Air Quality. It’s not a super long, crazy sad, or even awe inspiring story, but it allows me to appreciate the field and this company in an awesome way. You see, as a child growing up, I had severely bad allergies. In public school my nose would bleed unexpectedly in class almost once

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9
Jan

Mike Holmes: Radon is our second silent killer

Way to go Mike Holmes. Thank you for spreading awareness about radon in homes. Less than half of everyone in Ottawa has actually heard of radon before. Radon is a huge health concern and needs to be addressed immediately. If you are a home owner, property manager, buyer or seller, please get your house tested for radon right away. Call

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9
Jan

Brief Overview of Radon

Radon (Rn) has an atomic number 86. On the periodic table, you can find it in Group 18 and Period 6 just to the right of astatine. Radon is listed under the Noble gases category along with neon, helium, xenon, argon, and krypton.   It is a radioactive gas released from normal decay of radium, thorium, and uranium in rock

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9
Jan

How Poor Indoor Air Quality Negatively Effects Health

For lots of people, indoor air quality is sometimes as bad as outside air quality. In some places, the indoor air quality is even worse. Indoor air quality is affected by a number of factors. Some of these factors are structural while others have to do with your habits and conduct. Every year lots of people get sick and become

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9
Jan

What’s in Your Air?

9
Jan

Composition of Pollutants in our Indoor Air

Indoor pollution has become very rampant in the modern world. What exactly is contained in the so-called indoor pollutants? The chemicals and harmful gasses vary in the level of harm from one pollutant to another. Following is a list of pollutants composition in indoor air. Carbon monoxide Formaldehyde Benzene Nitrogen dioxide Naphthalene These are the highest, most dangerous indoor air

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9
Jan

Mom and Pop House Tests Low for Radon!

Congratulations to mom and dad Simon for having such a low concentration of radon in their home in Russell, Ontario. My parents live in a single family, 2 story house with a slab on grade foundation in the basement. I deployed a long-term eperm device in their basement on October 1. I recently finished analyzing the device and now I am

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