is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas. It forms naturally from the decay of radioactive elements, such as uranium, which are found in different amounts in soil and rock (specifically granite).
Being exposed to radon for a long period of time can lead to lung cancer. Radon gas in the air breaks down into tiny radioactive elements that can lodge in the lining of the lungs, where they can give off radiation. This radiation can damage lung cells and eventually lead to lung cancer. *The American Cancer Society
1.You can’t have high levels if you have a crawlspace.
2.Homes with high levels can’t be fixed.
3.Reducing high levels in a home is expensive.
4.A neighbor’s test result is a good indication of whether your home has a problem.
5.Testing is difficult, expensive, time-consuming.
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