Test your home for Radon today! The Health Department is offering free kits, while supplies last. Contact Samantha at 609-537-0216 to schedule a pick-up.
Radon is found naturally in all outdoor air, but it is diluted (spread out) to levels that do not put people at risk. Radon can get trapped in any home or building, whether it has a basement or not, is new or old, or is drafty or sealed. When radon builds up in the indoor air, people who breathe it in can develop lung cancer over time. Don’t delay - protect your family by taking this simple test.