Radon gas can be found in any home, regardless of location, and it can pose a serious health risk for you and your family. Exposure to high levels of radon can cause lung cancer, the second leading cause after smoking in the U.S., and is responsible for over 20,000 deaths every year. That's why it's essential to complete a test for radon gas in your Kentucky home.
Radon is odorless, tasteless, and invisible, so it may be present in your home without your knowledge. Although you may not be able to detect radon with any of your human senses, the radon professionals at National Radon Defense can not only inspect your home's levels but also provide solutions for maintaining a healthy radon level in your Kentucky home.