The Reality of Radon
Radon is a radioactive gas that forms deep underground from the gradual decay processes of certain naturally occurring elements. The EPA recommends that all homeowners get a radon inspection, but if you are buying, selling, or currently living in a home in certain parts of North Georgia – where radon levels are known to be high – it may be even more important for you have a test performed to check for this invisible threat. The reality is this: long-term exposure to high concentrations of radon is a leading cause of lung cancer in the United States – second only to tobacco use.
Preparing for Your Radon Test
North Georgia Radon Testing uses Sun Nuclear 1028 Continuous Radon Monitors for our radon testing services.
In order to obtain accurate test results, the following steps are necessary: