With winter creeping closer, it’s a good time to winterize your home, and it’s also a good time to test your home for radon. Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas that comes from the decay of uranium in rocks and soil. But how does it get into your home? The radon gas, which emits tiny radioactive particles, can seep up through cracks in solid floors, construction joints, gaps around service pipes and many other conduits into your home. In the colder months when your home is sealed up tightly, radon levels can rise and become a danger to you and your family. For more information and to request your free Radon Test Kit, email Laura Au-Yeung.