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FAQ About Radon

Testing for radon

If you have heard about the possibility of radon in your home, you probably have some questions. Read on for some FAQ related to radon in your home and how to test for it and remove it.

  1. What is radon? Radon is an odorless, colorless gas emitted by the decay of a uranium particle. This is natural and occurs all over the world; however, in some places, there is more uranium and therefore more radon gas.
  2. Is Radon a problem I need to worry about? Radon gas that seeps into the air of a home or business eventually decays back into solid, charged particles. These can get into the lungs and increase the chances of a person developing lunch cancer. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Surgeon General estimate that radon is responsible for approxim

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