All Homes Have Radon Gas...The Question Is How Much?

Radon testing is the only way to know if you have elevated levels of radon gas

What Is Radon?

  • Radon is a gas.
  • It is naturally occurring.
  • It cannot be seen or smelled.
  • It enters buildings from the soil beneath them

What Are The Facts?

  • EPA estimates there are 14,000 to 30,000 deaths every year attributed to lung cancer caused by radon inhalation.
  • Dangerous levels of radon gas are found in 1 out of 15 homes in the United States.
  • In Utah, 1 in 3 homes have dangerous radon levels.
  • Radon is ranked as a Group A carcinogen,along with tobacco smoke and tobacco products. This is the highest ranking for cancer potential.