Protect Your Health and Family
Why Test for Radon
Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Contributing to approximately 22,000 deaths per year. In fact, according to the EPA, we have a higher risk of dying from radon related causes than from house fires and drunk drivers – combined!
We wear our seat belts, and we protect our homes from fires, but what about radon?
Smoking combined with radon is an especially serious health risk. Stop smoking and lower your radon level to reduce your lung cancer risk.
Here is a SAMPLE radon report. The report will be emailed to the client within a hour of completion of the test.