Why Should I Be Concerned About Radon?

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...

Facts About Radon

Stay informed with the facts about radon. Keep your home and family safe by understanding the basics of this silent killer.   Fact: Breathing Radon in Your Home Can Cause Lung Cancer Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas released in rock, soil and water that...

The Cost of Radon Testing

What is the Cost of Radon Testing? So you’ve learned about the hazards of radon gas. Now it’s time to get your home tested. The EPA and the U.S. Surgeon General recommend that every home in the United States be tested for radon, regardless of location and...

How to Check for Radon

Does Your Home Have Radon? If you read our page about radon gas, you may become aware that radon exposure is a serious issue. And the only way to tell if you and your family are at risk is to conduct a simple test. There are many factors that will determine whether...

How to Detect Radon Gas

Do You Know If Your Home Has Radon? If you read What Is Radon?, you’re sure to understand that exposure to radon gas is a serious issue. Conducting a simple radon test is the only way to tell if you and your family are at risk! Test Your Home Today Each home is...