EPA Radon Zone Map
According to the American Cancer Society, smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer, with an estimated 160,000 deaths a year. The SECOND leading cause of lung cancer is radon exposure, with an estimated 21,000 deaths a year.
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, Feb 2018)
Health authorities, like The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), The Surgeon General, The American Lung Association, The American Medical Association, (and various others), agree that we now, more than ever, possess a full understanding of radon and its risks.
We are now able to amply recommend radon testing and highly encourage public action when levels are above 4 pCi/L.
Radon is an irrefutable proven and validated health hazard.
Radon is a, naturally occurring, radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer.
You cannot individually see, smell, or detect radon.
Fortunately, there is a simple solution.
Testing is the only way to acquire your level of exposure.