Despite what you may have heard, all states are at risk for radon and should have the air in their homes tested. Varying levels of radon have been found in every state across the United States, with some having more than others. It is also a fact that those levels differ between cities within each state.
Radon is a gas that is in the soil across the world and has been for eons. The crazy thing is that levels can differ dramatically from one house to the next. Radon levels are often intermittent and random depending on soil types, the way the area’s homes were constructed, and the conditions of the atmosphere at that moment. So, in summary, no one is immune. Regardless of where you live, it pays to test for radon.