You cannot see it, smell it, or taste it in the air. It's radioactive properties make it a dangerous inhabitant in any dwelling.
Radon is found in certain homes all over the United States and is created from the natural breakdown of uranium present in soil, water, and rocks. It comes up from the ground through cracks in our properties and contaminates the air where it is most concentrated.
While radon testing is the only way to accurately evaluate the radon levels inside a property, the good new is that there are methods to mitigate the radon present.