RadonA Radon test will help you determine whether the air in your home contains Radon, a radioactive gas natually produced in nature.

Since radon is an EPA listed "Group A" carcinogen, proven to cause cancer in humans, and believed to be the second-leading cause of lung cancer in America today, it is important for you to understand the substance you are dealing with: how it can enter your home, how it can be measured, what levels are considered unhealthy, and who is most at risk from exposure.

This guide also discusses other subjects which may be of interest, such as various methods used to abate and mitigate (eliminate or reduce) radon levels in schools and homes, and how to find organizations to which you might want to turn if you have additional questions or concerns.

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