Mike Holmes: The importance of testing your home for radon — it could save your life

The problem with radon is that it’s an invisible, odorless gas. You might not know your home contains dangerous levels of this gas, until it is too late


Three things are certain in life: death, taxes, and come November, I’m going to talk about radon. Why? November is Radon Action Month and, for me, that’s my reminder to talk about this deadly toxic gas.

Long term exposure to radon can lead to higher instances of lung cancer. In fact, radon exposure is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smoking Canadians. And if you are a smoker, it increases your likelihood of contracting this disease.



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