Even though you can’t see, smell, or taste radon, that doesn’t mean that it isn’t present in your home. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), exposure to radon, a colorless, odorless radioactive gas, is the cause of more than 21,000 deaths each year. Moreover, it is one of the leading causes of lung cancer in the United States—second only to smoking—and most people have no idea they are at risk.
The EPA has officially designated January as National Radon Action Month. So what better time than now to check your home for radon and start improving the health of your home and your family? In fact, checking the radon levels in your home is a fairly painless and simple task. Learn more about radon detection and reduction methods