When it comes to Radon Gas, you want to be sure you're not living with dangerous levels in your home.
Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and the leading cause for non-smokers has home buyers concerned, and rightly so.
Many people who are having a new home built will just have a builder-installed passive radon system installed, and they will be good to go.
Unfortunately, this is not always true and can lead the new home owner's into thinking
they have a system that is working to eliminate the hazardous gas from their home, when in reality, it may only be reducing the levels by 50%.