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(ra-don) /rāˌdän/ 
the chemical element of atomic number 86, a rare radioactive gas belonging to the noble gas series.

What is radon? Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer. The EPA estimates that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer and the source of thousands of deaths each year in the United States. You can't see, smell, or taste it. The only way to know the level of radon in your home is to have it tested. For more information concerning radon please click on the following link from the EPA's website: 

Radon Test Results:                          about 4 days

Radon Test Rate:                                    $200.00

According to


Radon is responsible 

for at least

21,000 lung cancer deaths

per year in the United States alone.

Deaths Per Year Comparison:

  • Radon Deaths: 21,000

  • Drunk Driving Deaths: 17,400

  • Falls in the home: 8,000

  • Carbon Monoxide: 430

- Same Day Report
- Radon Testing

- Water Testing
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