Check your local yellow pages. You get a canister and leave it open
for a few days, seal it up, send it to a certified lab, and you'll get
a detailed report. The canister must be left undisturbed. Repeat
the test in 6 months. You get a more unbiased test if a technician
places/collects the canisters. Lower levels will usually have higher
levels of radon. Sorry, you can't get an accurate reading with just
one test, levels vary from month to month. Exposure to radon greatly
multiplies the hazard for tobacco smokers and the unborn.
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