Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas. It forms naturally from the decay of radioactive elements, such as uranium, which are found in different amounts in soil and rock throughout the world. Gases in the soil and rock can move into the air and into underground water and surface water.
Ways radon gas enters home
The image above shows examples of where radon gas can enter into a home. Cracks in the floors or walls are prime areas that gas enters from.
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