No matter where you live, or what type of house you reside in, you could be at risk for radon exposure. That is why you should test your home for radon as soon as possible.

Radon Doesn’t Discriminate

Radon is a radioactive gas that is found in most soils. It then moves from the soil into the air and can enter a home from a variety of locations, including construction joints, gaps in suspended floors, and cracks in walls.

Conduct Tests and Do Research

The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that 1 out of every 15 American homes contains high levels of radon. So no matter where you live, you should conduct a simple radon test to find out whether your home is safe. You can then take certain easy steps to mitigate your exposure.

Radon can also be a problem in workplaces and schools. Thankfully, each state has a radon office to deal with this issue. Contact your local office today to learn more about how to protect yourself and your family.