2: What is Radon Gas?
-A carcinogous,odorless, tasteless gas
3: Where is Radon found?
Everywhere in the U.S
4: How does Radon get into your home?
Cracks in solid floors, construction joints, cracks in walls, gaps in suspended floors, gaps around service pipes, cavities inside walls, the water supply
5: What level of Radon is considered unsafe? (indoors)
6: Is Radon in your home water supply considered to be a problem? Explain.
No, but it poses an inhalation risk and an ingestion risk. Most of the risk from radon in water comes from radon released into the air when water is used for showering and other household purposes. Radon in water is not a problem when the source is surface water, but when the source is groundwater then there is an issue.
7: How can you lower the Radon levels in your home?
Soil suction radon reduction system, contractor, private radon proficiency programs,