More Deaths Than Drunk Driving
Radon causes more deaths each year in the U.S. than drunk drivers. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer and the leading cause of lung cancer in nonsmokers. Radon kills 22,000 people every year in the U.S.; 600 of those will be in Georgia. You should be concerned about radon!
Radon is a class A carcinogen. Scientific data backing radon research is among the most reliable, based on human studies rather than animal trials or computer models. The CDC has issued a health advisory concerning radon exposure, stating that all U.S. homes should be tested for radon and fixed if the level is high. There is no acceptable, safe level of radon.
As you breathe, radon and radon decay products enter your lungs. These substances release small bursts of energy that can permanently damage lung tissue DNA, and lead to lung cancer.
People all over Georgia should be concerned about radon and test their homes. You can’t see, taste or smell radon. Outdoors, radon is quickly diluted by the atmosphere and poses no problem. But if radon seeps into your home from soil beneath your home, it could build to hazardous levels in the relatively stagnant sir in your home’s living space.
Test Your Home for Radon
Before you have to worry about radon and lung cancer in your family, why not just have your home tested for radon? Testing is simple and inexpensive. Testing is necessary because radon has no smell – radon is a silent and very deadly gas.
Don’t take chances with your the health and welfare of your family. Contact Cook’s Radon today to get a Free radon test kit and have your home tested for radon. We know how to check for radon gas.
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