Radon Info TEST YOUR RADON KNOWLEDGE How many lung-cancer deaths are attributed to radon exposure in the United States each year? 1,200 12,000 2,300 21,000Which is true about radon? It is an odorless gas It is a colorless gas It is a radio-active gas All of the aboveNew Construction homes cannot have high indoor radon levels? True FalseWhat is the best way of determining if your home has elevated radon? smell the air in the basement ask the neighbors calling the Dept. of Natural Resources perform a measurement testWhat part of a house typically contains the highest indoor radon level? attic space garage basement bathroomsHow does most radon enter a home? leaving basement windows open chemically treated lumber thru plumbing and sewer pipes thru cracks in the foundationWhen testing a home that is FOR SALE, where should the radon testing equipment be placed? in the lowest livable area near the sump pit in the crawl space in the atticWhat is the current recommended action level for indoor radon (picoCuries per Liter of air; pCi/L)? 1.0 pCi/L 4.0 pCi/L 8.0 pCi/L 15 pCi/L What is Radon? Radon is an invisible gas that has no taste or smell. Radon Monitor Call Today to schedule a radon test in your home. Closed house conditions are required for all radon tests.