The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and your state health department strongly recommend that all homebuyers have an indoor radon test performed prior to purchase or taking occupancy and recommend mitigation if elevated radon concentrations are found. Elevated radon can easily be reduced by a certified or state licensed, if applicable by a radon mitigator. All homes should be tested regardless of geographic foundation type. Radon is a Class A human carcinogen, the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and the second leading cause overall.

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All types of homes can have high indoor radon levels, old or new with or without a basement.  Old drafty basements or well insulated basements can have high radon levels, only way to know is test.

Regular exposure to only 4.0 pCi/L of radon is comparable in risk to smoking 8 cigarettes per day or getting 200 chest x-rays per year.

The lung cancer risk increases 16% for every 3 pCi/L of increase in your long term average radon concentration.

According to CDC the risk to children exposed to radon may be almost twice as high as the risk to adults exposed to the same amount of radon.

Indoor radon levels fluctuate throughout the day and night, week to week and month to month. Real time continuous monitoring is the most comprehensive Rn test methodology.

Radon Awareness
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