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How Radon Enters Your Home
Most indoor radon comes into the building from the soil or rock beneath it. Radon and other gases rise through the soil and...
What is Radon?
Radon is an odorless, tasteless, invisible cancer-causing radioactive gas that is found in nearly every part of the...
Do I Need to Test?
The only way to accurately determine if your house contains elevated levels of radon is to conduct a test with...
Living With Radon
After administering a short-term test for radon, results will usually be sent back to you in the mail. These...
While testing for radon is a reliable way to gauge the radon risk in your home, certain guidelines must be followed to...
Nuclear Plants Safer Than Homes
Would you buy a house next door to a nuclear power plant? Would you build your dream house next to a nuclear waste...
U.S. Geological Survey - "The Geology of Radon"
Studies of the geology of radon include research into how uranium and radon sources are distributed in rocks and soils,...
Radon Reduction in New Construction
These construction techniques help block radon from entering the home. The occupants will benefit from lower radon...
What health effects are associated with exposure?
The Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. There are currently...
Guide to Radon Reduction Techniques
In selecting a radon reduction method for your home, you and your contractor should consider several things...
Guide to Radon Reduction Contractors
IEPA recommends that you have a qualified contractor fix your home because lowering high radon levels...
"Residential Radon Gas Exposure and Lung Cancer"
Female Iowa residents, age 40-84 years, both non-smokers and ever smokers, who had lived in their...