Norway-based Company Develops Smart Home Technology to Monitor Radon Levels - Realty Times
Did you know that radon causes more deaths from lung cancer every year than both carbon monoxide and house fires combined? The scariest part is that you don’t have to travel far for radon to affect you— it could start in your own home. In fact, recent surveys have shown that 1 in 5 homes in the US have elevated radon levels. What Is Radon? Radon is a colorless and odorless gas that occurs naturally in soil. It can be released from rock, soil and water, and when it decays, solid particles…
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Sue Rickards describes finding elevated levels of radon in her home after being diagnosed with lung cancer.
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