The Risk of Radon Gas in Homes

The Risk of Radon Gas in HomesPublication Type:
White Paper

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Unlike a natural gas leak which you can smell, or a fire which you can see, smell and feel, radio-active radon gas is completely invisible, odorless and tasteless. One in fifteen US homes have elevated radon levels and it can be found in every state. This white paper identifies some of the ways radon enters a home, how to test for it, and what a homeowner can do to prevent and mitigate radon from their home.

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