Should you test for radon? Testing is the only way to know radon levels. There are no immediate symptoms that will alert you to the presence of radon gas. It typically takes years of exposure before the emergence of any problems. The EPA, Surgeon General, American Cancer Society, American Lung Association, American Medical Association, and National Safety Council recommend regular testing.
Radon is a national environmental health problem. Elevated radon levels have been discovered in every state. The EPA estimates as many as 8 million homes throughout the country have elevated levels of radon. Current state surveys show that 1 home in 5 has elevated radon levels. Learn more about radon gas here.
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Can you fix the problem? If your home has high concentrations of radon gas, there are ways to reduce it to acceptable levels with the assistance of a professional. Ask an AAA Radon Services professional for guidance.
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