If someone told you there was a chance that an odorless and colorless gas that could damage your lungs and give you lung cancer polluted the air in your home, you'd probably want to know more about it.
However, like most people, you probably haven't heard of this gas called radon.
And you likely haven't considered the impact it can have on you and your family.
In the article below, we will discuss the many reasons you should think about this naturally occurring gas.
Want more critical information about radon? Read our blog post: "6 Things Everyone Should Know About Radon."