Do you know how to take action against radon exposure in your home?
Radon exposure is a serious problem, with a variety of simple solutions. In order to avoid potential health hazards, it is important to understand just how much radon your home contains.
One of the most obvious actions that you can take during National Radon Action Month is to test your home. If you have high levels of radon present in your home, the cost of fixing it is in the same range of any other common household repair cost.
Other ways to take action during National Radon Action Month:
- Educate yourself on what radon is and the dangers of high levels of radon
- Learn more about radon-resistant homes
- Buy a radon-resistant home (if you are looking for a new house)
- Spread the word to family, friends, and colleagues
The EPA provides easy to understand guidance and recommendations for interested/concerned families, home buyers and sellers, and for builders and contractors on their website.
If there are questions about the information on the EPA page or you are looking for services referenced on the EPA page, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can answer all of your questions, provide direct testing or mitigation services, or help you locate a local professional or supplier.