It’s always a good idea to check your home for radon gas. Radon is a colorless, odorless and dangerously radioactive gas that can lead to health problems for people who are around it. Since radon gas levels soar during the winter months because we keep our windows closed and spend more time indoors, now is a good time to test your home. Approximately 1 in 15 homes across the country have high levels of radon. At-home tests are easy to find on the shelves of any home improvement store. Once you know your levels, you can find ways to remedy the situation if necessary.
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