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National Radon Action Month: 3 Ways to Test the Air Quality in Your Home
Since radon is almost undetectable as a tasteless, odorless and colorless gas, it’s not something homeowners can easily monitor – and something all too easy to forget to test for.
Today, one in 15 homes in the U.S. have high radon levels, and January has become known as the National Radon Action Month to increase homeowner awareness.
Here are three products you can use to test the radon gas levels in your own home.
To learn more about radon testing for homeowners, visit the CDC’s guide.
To discover additional radon monitoring devices, visit your local Home Depot store or HomeDepot.com/Radon-Detectors.