The EPA has designated January as National Radon Action Month. The purpose of this is to increase awareness of radon, promote radon testing and mitigation, and advance the use of radon-resistant construction practices.
Because we can’t smell, see, or taste radon it’s important to get your homes, and in some cases workplaces, tested.
If levels are found to be above 4pCi/L it’s important to take action to mitigate the exposure. The good news is that most radon problems can be fixed for less than $500 by you, or you can hire a certified radon mitigation contractor.