The EPA has publications that are designed to provide consumers with information about radon.
Home Buyers and Sellers Guide Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon
This booklet is intended for anyone who is buying or selling a home, real estate and relocation professionals, home inspectors and others
Tells buyers and sellers what they need to know about testing and what test results mean.
Consumer's Guide to Radon Reduction Consumer's Guide to Radon Reduction
You have tested your home for radon, but now what? This recently revised booklet is for people who have tested their home for radon and confirmed that they have elevated radon levels -- 4 pCi/L or .02 WL or higher. This booklet can help you:
- Select a qualified contractor to reduce the radon levels in your home
- Determine an appropriate radon reduction method, and
- Maintain your radon reduction system.
A Citizen's Guide to Radon A Citizen's Guide to Radon
This recently revised guidance offers strategies for testing your home,describes follow-up options, and discusses radon risks and myths.
- How to Test your Home
- What do Test Results Mean?
- State Contacts
Building Radon Out Building Radon Out
This 81-page, fully illustrated guide is an excellent resource for home buyers and home builders who want to know about radon-resistant new construction (RRNC), including:
- Basic questions and detailed answers about radon and RRNC;
- Specific planning steps before installing a system;
- Detailed installation instructions with helpful illustrations;
- Tips and tricks when installing a system;
- Marketing know-how when dealing with homebuyers; and
- Architectural drawings.
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