After living in your home for decades, you likely feel that you know it inside and out. One of the myths about radon is that there is little use in testing your home for it if you’ve lived on your property for years upon years.

It’s Never Too Late

Rather than the amount of radon, what’s most important is how long radon has existed in your home. Said another way, a home may have high levels of radon, but if those high levels are detected quickly enough, protective measures are still an option. Do not let fear or misinformation keep you from protecting your health or your family’s health. Go ahead and test for radon, so you have one less thing to worry about as a homeowner.