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How to Test Your House for Radon

Radon gas mitigation system (Photo courtesy the glauber/Flickr)

Here it is Sunday and you’re sitting around the house with nothing to do. Lucky you! However there’s something you can do to protect your health and it won’t take much time. Test your house for Radon. Last week on the Craig & Al Morning show we had an interview with Todd Seib from the Health Department. He told us radon levels in Montana are seven times the national average. Radon is a radioactive gas that is not good for you. Testing your house is easy. The Health Department has the details and test kits.

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