Radon Gas Explained
In this video, you will learn about radon gas testing. Radon can be very dangerous and even deadly if it is not detected quickly. That’s why it is important to be aware and educated about radon and radon detection.
Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas. It is odorless, which makes it deadly. It is also found naturally in the atmosphere, but in small amounts that are not deadly to us. The main issue for radon exposure is in schools, homes, and workplaces. Unfortunately, radon is found in homes all over the United States. Radon typically moves up through the ground and into the air. It seeps in through the foundation of your home. Per geographic location, the levels of radon gas vary. The EPA provides a map every few years to target which areas of the United States are specifically high for radon. For areas like North Dakota, businesses, homeowners, and schools should regularly conduct radon testing. You can know you have radon by professional testing, continuously monitoring it with test kits and DIY testing. There is a lot to know about radon. Keep watching this video for more information.