Radon Testing & Abatement Promote Your Business
Radon Testing & Abatement
Cost Report
  More Services

Radon is only a problem in certain regions of the United States.

Next Question
Question: Radon is only a problem in certain regions of the United States.
Top Answer (53% of 54 votes): False.

Answer: False
Explanation: Radon exists in every state. The health implications of radon exposure can be serious and can include lung cancer. I always recommend buyers get a radon test, since radon can be remediated at a reasonable cost in most cases.
Nest Atlanta Real Estate Group
Answer: True
Explanation: I put true, but it is a problem in many areas. Here is a helpful map, and it is a good question for your home inspector: http://www.radon.com/maps/
John L. Scott - Lacey
Answer: False
Explanation: Radon can be in any home.
Answer: False
Explanation: My favorite home inspector has found it in unexpected locations.
RE/MAX Realty Group
Answer: True
Explanation: SE Wisconsin is a hot bed for radon
Honest Home Inspections & Milwaukee Mold Inspector
Answer: False
Explanation: Not True Radon is from a crack in Limestone which emits a toxic gas. It is odorless and colorless. Normally homes that are risk are homes with basement and homes on slabs. Radon can possible be found anywhere
Myra Strickland Real Estate at KW
Answer: False
Explanation: Radon is a "problem" more on the eastern side of the US, however it can be an "issue' here, depending on the type of soil and geology involved in the location of your home. If you are concerned, get a test done prior to listing. If not, don't be surprised if the buyer gets one done. It's just another "condition" that has to be evaluated by the buyer to determine if they are truly invested in purchasing the home.
Rodeo Realty
Answer: False
Explanation: Radon can be an issue in all regions of the United States. Please check a national Radon Map. You will see that Minnesota is in the highest regions. EPA says 4 out of 10 properties need Radon Gas Mitigation.
Total Check-Up Inspections
Answer: True
Explanation: Radon is a natural radioactive gas and comes from the natural breakdown of uranium. It is found in most homes around the US.
Rinehart Realty
Answer: False
Explanation: Foundations that have dirt/ground surrounding them have the opportunity to have radon. You can contact me for a locally recommended professional.
Reece Nichols-Mary Wilcox
Answer: True
Explanation: This is generally true due to the type of gas and cause.
Askew Realty
Answer: True
Explanation: yes
United Northern Mortgage Bankers, Ltd.
Answer: False
Explanation: It is a concern everywhere, but it is more prevelent in some areas over others.
Beddard Mortgage Team
Answer: True
Explanation: Areas in the United States that have high concentrations of granite are more susceptible to having radon problems.
Spire Home Inspection
Answer: True
Explanation: Most places suffer from something different everywhere you go like high amounts of iron in the water as example
Coldwell Banker
Answer: False
Explanation: Found world wide.
Answer: True
Explanation: The word "problem" implies that there are no acceptable levels of radon concentration. Radon is everywhere. How much radon is the real issue.
Keller Williams Realty
Answer: True
Explanation: The EPA has generated a map of the U.S. and coded the typical radon gas risk by area. But, radon occurs in all soils around the U.S.
Corley Home Inspections, LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: Radon can be found throughout the U.S.. Basement homes can be more of a risk to higher levels of Radon.
Re/Max Metro Realty
Answer: Unsure
Explanation: What is that??
AMR CompaniesLtd.
Next Question
Find Local Pros
Free Radon Gas Mitigation Cost Estimates

Related Questions

How Much Does It Cost to Get Rid of Radon?

Is it more difficult for radon to enter a well-insulated home?Top answer: Never

Can high-efficency (or HEPA) air filters help reduce indoor radon levels?Top answer: Never

Do radon fans need to run constantly?Top answer: Yes, always

Is it possible to completely remove radon from a home with a mitigation system?Top answer: No

Related Topics

Radon Gas Testing
Radon Gas Mitigation

Free Cost Estimates   |   Radon Testing & Abatement Pros Directory   |   Radon Testing & Abatement Cost Report   |   Free Business Listing

Home   |   Articles & Videos   |   Affiliates   |   Networking Groups   |   Search by Category   |   Professionals

Terms of Use   |   Privacy   |   About Us   |   Contact Us   |   Member Login

© 2003-2014 - VentureStreet, LLC

Join Our Business Network