"All homes should be tested for radon gas," says Ben Ingalls of Denver's Air Quality Control Agency. http://RadonMonth.WordPress.com
The EPA has designated January as National Radon Awareness Month. "Radon problems have been found all over the country," according to James Gelina, a radon mitigation professional.
The Surgeon General warns that radon causes lung cancer. "Testing for radon is easy and inexpensive," states Ross Aton, NEHA certified radon mitigator.
Testing kits are available at hardware stores and from local health departments. According to Jeff Finken of Accredited Radon Mitigation, "Radon problems can be fixed in most homes for under $1,000."
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