Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in America, and testing is the only way to know the levels in your home.
For order forms and more information please go to UGA's Radon Website.
The test is self-administered, and requires a 3-7 day test window with no severe weather. Results should be available within 10 days of submitting the sample (postage is covered in the cost of the kit).
To learn more about radon and how it can affect your family's health, or to watch a video on how to use a radon kit, visit UGA's Radon website. The EPA also has an abundance of resources to help educate consumers about the health effects of living with high levels of Radon Gas in your home.