January is National Radon Action Month, which is a good time to test your home for the dangerous and odorless gas. Radon gasses soar during the winter months, and since we spend the colder months with our windows closed, it can create a dangerous combination in a home. Most home improvement stores sell radon gas detection kits; you just open the kit and set it in place. Seal it up and mail it in to get your radon gas results. The kits are inexpensive and accurate, too. Since 1 in 15 homes have high levels of radon, this is a great way to ring in the new year.