- Radon is an odorless, colorless, and tasteless gas. It's the second leading cause of lung cancer.
- To prepare your home for a radon test, keep windows and doors shut. Avoid using ceiling fans.
- If you have elevated levels of radon in your home, a radon mitigation system will be installed.
The only way to find out if your home has high radon levels, a radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer over time, is to get a radon test.
But what should you do to prepare your home for a radon test?
We'll take a look in the article below.