Everyone's house is at risk.
And, in turn, everyone's health is at risk.
It's a radioactive gas that can't be seen or smelled.
It's not quite as deadly as carbon monoxide, but the health risks are still severe.
Outside of smoking, it's the leading cause of lung cancer.
I'm talking about radon.
If you've already tested and found high levels of radon in your home, it's not too late to fix it.
You'll need to act fast, however, because the longer the radon is in your home, the higher your risk of developing lung cancer.
The EPA says, "you can reduce the levels of radon in your home by 99% if you use a radon reduction system."
There are also steps you can take right now that can help prevent and minimize radon levels from getting too high in your home.