Where does your house rank for RADON levels?
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Where does your house rank for RADON levels?

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Radon: Eddie's Story
Radon levels need to be measured in your home. Radon is the 2nd leading source of lung cancer in the US.
The EPA and the U.S. Geological Survey have rated every county in the United States as Zone 1 to 3 for radon risk. Links to state maps with county by- county risk levels can be found at www.epa.gov/radon/zonemap.html. Go here for great info specifically for Pennsylvanians.

The EPA recommends that all homes in Zone 1 counties be built with radon-resistant features, which can be easily upgraded to a radon remediation system if needed.

Since homes in Zones 2 and 3 can also have high levels, it is best to check with your state radon office to see if they are aware of any local “hot spots.”

According to the Surgeon General, Radon is the 2nd leading cause of Cancer in the US.  Everyone should have their home tested and now is the best time. It is an easy, inexpensive, non-invasive procedure. Call to schedule for a radon test.  

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