Radon Doesn’t Warn You it’s Around

Radon is a silent killer. It is tasteless, odorless, and has no color. Check out this informative PSA from the EPA. Naturally occurring in rock, it is a result of the breakdown of uranium deposits deep in the earth. To help reduce the chance of radon entering your home, call the professionals. Environmental Doctor provides comprehensive radon testing solutions to protect your loved ones from the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.

How Much Radon in my House?

According to the EPA, nearly one out of every fifteen homes in the United States has an elevated radon level. Radon is an invisible, odorless radioactive gas that is attributed with being the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. The odds indicate that at least one of your neighbors, if not your own home, is at risk. Check out this video that explains how radon can impact your home.

But this is where it gets really scary. In Ohio, the chance that a home has enough radon to pose a significant risk to its occupants is about one in two. You read that right, around 50%. It seems likely that more homes in your neighborhood have elevated radon levels. Indeed, there’s a significant chance that yours might too.

Environmental Doctor specializes in radon testing, the only way to know for sure the radon level of your home or business. Don’t let the tale of a lovely home turn into a scary story.