The previous morning I was going to see my new buddy’s home residence and couldn’t help but notice how great her indoor heating and cooling method felt. It was not like anything I had ever seen before, not only was it undoubtedly great, but it was almost as if there was a neat sort of air pressure within her total home, then when I asked what style of Heating and AC method they were making use of, she immediately got quite serious. She told me that it undoubtedly wasn’t their option to put in place the new ventilation system, but it was a larger safety concern for their living situation. I know that right after they had gotten into the home, they had a home inspection completed for any possible home hazard which turned up an unexpected contamination in the basement. There was a bad natural gas accumulating in the downstairs section which desperately needed to be contained away from the living areas upstairs. This dangerous gas was termed Radon, and it was an active by-product of the natural decay of environmental uranium… Now I was super intrigued – where was this uranium, precisely? Apparently the chemical element was contained in the rockbed and ground water surrounding her new home, and her basement had total exposure to the Radon gas emissions, then due to this, the home inspector instructed them to set up a lavish pressurizing home ventilation method which established big time pressure in the upstairs living areas. What a good idea to do in your home.