Radon is a tasteless, odorless, radioactive gas. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Radon is attributed to over 20,000 lung cancer related deaths per year.
Why Should I Test My Home for Radon?
Those of you living in a home that has been exposed to radon have a far greater chance of getting lung cancer. The risk is even higher for those of you who smoke.
The only way to determine how much radon is in your home is to get a radon test. If your home contains a significant of radon, it is possible to remove it, reducing the chances of getting lung cancer
Radon Testing Requirements:
When you work with 4U Inspection Services, you can expect us to educate you about radon’s dangers and what our testing requirements are.