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Is radon gas flammable?

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Question: Is radon gas flammable?
Top Answer (87% of 89 votes): No.

Answer: No
Explanation: It is radioactive, not flammable
Minnesota Mold Inspection, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is radioactive, but not flammable.
Shedhorn Inspection Services, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: No, Radon gas is not flammable,radon gas is an inert gas,thus not flammable.
H&R PROFESSIONAL INSPECTIONS
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Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is radioactive and is a health hazard if inhaled.
Reality Property Inspections
Answer: No
Explanation: While Radon Gas is not flamable, it does contain low amounts of radiation that over time has the potential to cause cancer in humans and animals that are living in the house.
DISINFEX
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is a noble gas that is chemically inert. It is highly radiotoxic and a carcinogen.
Moran Property Inspections
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: No. More radon information: https://www.epa.gov/radon/basic-radon-facts
InFocus Inspection
Answer: No
Explanation: Just danergous for health.
North State Inspections
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon is not flammable.
Kairos Home Inspections
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: radon is not flammable gas
Huskey Home Inspection, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: No it is a colorless tasteless odorless radioactive gas present in the environment.
Millyard Home Inspection
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: I am not aware of any danger regarding the flammability of Radon.
Contractors Corp.
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: Odorless and noncombustable
At Ease Home Inspection
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is not flammable. It is considered a carcinogen. Long term exposures to the gas can lead to cancer.
Look First Homes, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is radioactive but it is not flamable
Honest Home Inspections & Milwaukee Mold Inspector
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is colorless, odorless, non- flammable.
Total Check-Up Inspections
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is essentially a radioactive gas.
J. Michael Simon, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon is not flammable. It is a carcinogen.
Rightway Residential Home Inspections
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: Although it is not flammable it is the second leading cause of lung cancer. All home owners should have their homes tested and mitigated if necessary.
Four County Home Inspection Service, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: It is invisible and has no odor and is present in various levels in and outside of homes
ABC Home Inspections LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: This type of gas is colorless and odorless. That is harmful.
Your Home Property Consultants
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Radon gas inspections are not part of the typical home inspection
Doyle Wayne General Services
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon (Rn) is one of the six noble gases. As such, it has low chemical reactivity in nature or in the lab. Similar to all noble gases, Radon is chemically inert and nonflammable.
Medical Mold Relief LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: It is radioactive and can cause lung cancer.
Spire Home Inspection
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon is a non flammable, ordoess gas that is present in ground
JKM Home Inspections
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