TEST YOUR HOME FOR RADON
Testing is easy and low-cost — and it could save your life.
You can’t see radon gas. You can’t smell it. But it’s dangerous. Breathing in high levels of radon can raise your risk of lung cancer. Testing your home is the only way to find out if you have a radon problem.
IF YOU DO FIND RADON IN YOUR HOME, THEN YOU CAN FIX IT
Why is radon dangerous?
Radon comes naturally from rocks and dirt in the ground. There’s always some radon in the air around us. The problem is when radon gas from underneath a home leaks in through cracks or gaps. Too much of it can build up inside.
1 OUT OF FIVE HOMES HAS RADON LEVEL CONCERNS*
In the United States, radon is the #2 cause of lung cancer after smoking and it is estimated to cause over 20,000 deaths each year.
*Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. www.cdc.gov