1 in 15 homes across the U.S. test positive for dangerous radon levels. Radon is an odorless, colorless gas that can lead to lung cancer. This natural radioactive material comes from the heavy elements uranium and thorium in soil or rock. The higher the radon level found, the greater your risk for developing lung cancer.
HazardHub’s API provides instant access to expected Radon levels for the entire US.
What can you do if you have high Radon Levels?
The first thing to do it to have your home professionally measured for radon exposure.
If you have elevated radon exposure, it’s a good idea to installing a radon system that will continuously measure the amount of radon in the air.