Here is a link I want to share:
It's the page that takes you to the "CITIZEN'S GUIDE" to radon. While we don't have serious radon problems in Georgia, there are pockets of the metro that have elevated levels. This multi-page brochure is in color, it's free and can be printed for your use. It's provided by the EPA and is very well done.
I suggest you read it because there is a lot of confusion and mis-information flotaing around about Radon gas.
You can't see it, smell it or taste it, yet it's a big health risk at high levels.
Check it out and give to all of your clients...That's my suggestion....