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Interesting read and great advice from Mike Holmes on detecting Radon in your home and what questions you need to ask when buying a home.

”Radon can enter any house or apartment, becoming a problem when it seeps into a home through foundation or basement floor cracks and gets trapped in basements or crawl spaces.”

”Testing is the only way you’ll know how much radon gas is in your home. There are short-term tests, but I prefer long-term tests, where the tester stays in the house for at least three months, as they are more reliable. Typically, you test for radon between October and April, but you can also test in the summer and spring.”

To read the full article on the National Post website follow the link to the article HERE

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