Should you be concerned about the AIR QUALITY at home?
Radon is present in small quantities both outside and inside the home. It is a silent killer! Health Canada states that radon is second only to smoking in causing lung cancer. It conducted a 2-year study that found 7% of Canadian homes have high levels of radon. Therefore, check out your immediate environment. To test radon levels at home or for your new purchase, call for a certified professional who conducts radon measurements.