There are many different dangers lurking in our home, and unfortunately, as homeowners, it is hard to stay on top of everything. One of the most common dangers that is an example of this is radon in the home.
Radon is an odorless, tasteless, and colorless gas that occurs naturally when the uranium in the rocks and soil around a home breaks down. It can infiltrate your home without you even knowing, and when ingested in large quantities, it can cause plenty of respiratory problems, and even cancer. Here are some facts about radon and why everyone should invest in residential radon testing services to stay protected.
- The Environmental Protection Agency has reported that nearly one-third of all homes checked in seven states have unregulated amounts of radon in them. Native A