Radon is the second leading cause of cancer after smoking. Since the naturally occurring radioactive gas is colorless or odorless many people don’t bother to test every two years. Most people may think that since they had their home tested years ago and it was under the action limit that they are safe.
But what happens if the radon test you conducted when you purchased your home was inaccurate?
What if the levels are actually much higher? If you have a radon system, what if it’s not working properly?
We urge you to watch the video below.
Make sure your home is safe and avoid this unnecessary risk by testing your home for radon every two years.