- Radon can occur anywhere. Because it's a naturally-occurring gas, radon has been found in all 50 states and in every type of home on the market.
- Radon is dangerous. Exact estimates vary, but all major health organizations agree that radon gas contamination causes thousands of deaths per year. In fact, it's considered the second leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking.
- Radon is difficult to detect. Because it's colorless and odorless, radon gas can slip unnoticed into any area of the home. Unless you're an expert using specialized equipment, radon is nearly impossible to detect.
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