Test Your Home for Radon

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Testing is easy and low-cost — and it could save your life.
You can’t see radon gas. You can’t smell it. But it’s dangerous. Breathing in high levels of radon can raise your risk of lung cancer.

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Follow this Radon Information Sheet to protect yourself and your home.

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Sharon English, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSharon EnglishExtension Agent, Family and Consumer Sciences Call Sharon E-mail Sharon N.C. Cooperative Extension, Scotland County Center
Posted on Jan 6, 2021
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