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      Testing your home for radon can be a quick and inexpensive way to ensure the health of your family.

      Protecting your family against Radon Gas Poisoning can be very easy with A Home Radon Test Kit. You've probably heard that radon causes lung cancer. The EPA has determined radon gas to be the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. (after smoking). Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is emitted as uranium breaks down in the soil. It is odorless, colorless and tasteless. Everyone in the United States has some level of radon gas in their home. There is a very low level of radon even in the outside air that we breathe.Because it is a gas, radon seeps into your home through small cracks and holes in foundations, crawlspaces and slabs. All types of homes are susceptible, 2 story homes, colonials, bi-levels and ranchers. Even houses with walk-out basements, crawlspaces or slabs can have a radon problemHomeowners should test, or re-test your home for radon gas if you're concerned about your health and that of your family. Home Radon Test delivers radon home tests to protect against hazardous home radon levels. To start with you should test each livable level of your home with a radon test kit.There Are 3 Key Things You Need to Consider About Radon Mitigation You need to determine an appropriate radon mitigation method or methods. You need to select a qualified radon mitigator or radon testing contractor, like Goyette Mechanical to install a radon mitigator. You must have a post radon mitigation system maintenance plan to make sure your house stays radon free and your family TMs health is protectedHow to Measure Radon Gas in a Home especially if you are planning to buy or sell:

      It's very important that radon gas testing with proper radon gas detectors are done correctly as part of a real estate transaction since someone will end up having to pay to fix any radon detection problem. Although almost all homes can be fixed through radon mitigation, radon remediation or radon reduction programs, the cost to do so can range from several hundred to several thousand dollars.Radon Tests are available at most home improvement centers and hardware stores and can be a quick and inexpensive test to improve your living area and ensure the health of your family.