Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer and is odorless and tasteless. Radon may enter your home in many ways, the most common entry is the foundation. Other common radon entry points are cracks in walls or through your water supply. The EPA estimates that nearly one in 15 homes in the U.S. has radon levels that should be reduced.
While many northern states see higher radon levels more commonly, the Dallas area is seeing an increase in radon levels. It isn’t a chance worth taking, schedule your test today!