Is There A Safe Level Of Radon Gas?
A safe level of radon gas in your home is no radon gas. Radon is a radioactive gas that causes lung cancer. The EPA tells us that any radon exposure can cause a risk of contraction lung cancer.
The lower level of radon in your home, the lower risk you and family will have at contracting lung cancer. On average a person will be exposed to a higher dose of radiation from the levels of radon in their home than from any other radiation source, whether is it natural or man-made. Radon gas come from a naturally occurring process from the decay of uranium in soil. Depending on where you live, the radon levels can be extremely high.
If you live in Ohio, read our blog post: "Radon Testing Company Expanding in Greater Cleveland."