Radon testing can be confusing. What’s the best way to test? How do you interpret the results? We sat down with Bruce Snead, Director of Engineering Extension at Kansas State University, to answer common radon measurement questions. Bruce has worked in the radon industry since 1988, doing training, outreach, technical assistance, and working with states…
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You deserve a safe and healthy home
Everyone deserves to live in a home that is safe and healthy. Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that causes lung cancer. Without testing for it, it’s impossible to know if your home’s radon levels are dangerously high and exposing your family to health risks.