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Wisconsin local health departments have experts on staff to assist with questions and provide radon test kits.
Radon, a naturally occurring, odorless, radioactive gas that causes lung cancer is found in 5-10% of the homes in Wisconsin above the US EPA guideline of 4 pCi/L. Radon can be controlled in any house, and the only way to know the radon level in a house is to measure it yourself or hire a contractor to test for it.
Check out the links below, and to learn more about radon in your area, take a look at the Wisconsin Interactive Radon Map.
Wisconsin supports a hotline that can direct you to your local Radon Information Center or a radon expert at 1-888 LOW RADON (1-888-569-7236).