Up To 4% Of Lung Cancer Deaths Could Be Prevented With This Simple Home Check-Up

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    Indoor air pollution kills.

    This is not a scare tactic, but a simple fact that needs to be acknowledged if air contamination is to be reduced over the coming years. Due to the closed spaces (and sometimes poorly maintained) conditions of some homes many American families are unknowingly exposing themselves to harmful chemicals. One of the most subtle and virulent is radon gas, an odorless and tasteless chemical that rises from the earth and puts nearby people at risk for developing lung cancer. Even if you’re sure your home is clean and well-kept, a radon testing session can mean the difference between life or death.

    What Is Indoor Air Pollution?

    The air you breathe can be filled with unseen contaminants. Believe it or not, the air inside your ho

    Is Your Home Tested for Radon Levels?

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    Purchasing a home requires a lot of testing and inspections. This is especially true if you are getting a mortgage to fund your home. The mortgage company wants to ensure that they are making a good investment. They want to make sure that they are providing you with a loan for a piece of property that is functional and safe. They are more likely to lose out on the repayment if the home that you purchase ends up not being livable. This is why many mortgage companies require inspections of the house. Are these inspections enough for the health and safety of you and your family members?

    Most new homeowners consider that the inspection done by the mortgage company is enough. They may even have a secondary inspection done for their own knowledge of what they are purchasing. Most inspections provide