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Newer homes are less likely to have high concentrations of radon.

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Question: Newer homes are less likely to have high concentrations of radon.
Top Answer (74% of 93 votes): False.

Answer: Unsure
Explanation: This field requires a specialist in the field.
Pinkerton Inspection Agency LLC
Answer: Unsure
Explanation: I do not inspect for radon.
Harris Business Professionals
Answer: True
Explanation: Less cracks and crevasse that allow radon gas to infiltrate.
Mountain View Inspection Services
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: The level of radon gas in a home is independent of the homes age. It all depends on the location of the home, and whether homes in that area are susceptible to radon gas infiltration.
Shedhorn Inspection Services, LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: The age of the home will have nothing to do with concentrations of radon! Although many new homes are constructed using RRNC (Radon Reducing New Construction) protocols. If done properly, these protocols are designed to reduce concentrations of radon in the home. The home should still be tested.
Mass Radon
Answer: False
Explanation: Only if the proper measures have been taken to help displace the radon elsewhere.
Reality Property Inspections
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: Radon can be found in a new home as often as an older home.
Safeguard Home Inspection, LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: Depends on the build site, however some newer homes are being build as "RADON RESISTANT"
SAFE AT HOME ENVIRONMENTAL
Answer: False
Explanation: Newer homes can have faults in the foundation as well.
Moran Property Inspections
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: Levels depend on the location of the home, the risk does not change between new or old home.
InFocus Inspection
Answer: True
Explanation: yet again depends on situation and conditions. Safety first.
North State Inspections
Answer: False
Explanation: There are several considerations for radon. New construction is not a factor.
Kairos Home Inspections
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: Age of the home has nothing to do with radon levels. It all depends on the soil types and minerals in the soil.
Worsley Inspections LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: all home's are susceptible to radon gas
Huskey Home Inspection, LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: As likely as older home.
Millyard Home Inspection
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: New or old most houses have some level of radon. Newer homes are sealed better for more energy efficiency. This actually can cause the radon level to be higher.
Best Choice Inspections
Answer: False
Explanation: All homes have radon. It's higher levels that cause problems
At Ease Home Inspection
Answer: False
Explanation: Radon can be found in every home regardless of age.
Look First Homes, LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: Radon gas comes from the soil so the age of the home does not matter unless the home was built with a system in place.
Honest Home Inspections & Milwaukee Mold Inspector
Answer: False
Explanation: Location is more of an issue for Radon gas. Check to see if your neighbors have radon mitigation systems.
House and Home Inspection Services
Answer: Unsure
Explanation: In some cases new home are built with radon mitigation systems already in place, ask your builder for information about this. The only way to know your radon level is to test. Tests can be either short term (2-90 days) or long term (> 90days). Short term tests are inexpensive and available at the Health Department and local hardware stores. Test kits are also available at the radon hotline 1-800-SOS-RADON (767-7236).
Home Inspection Solutions
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: The age of the home is often no bearing on radon levels. Location of the house in areas where radon is present is the key.
J. Michael Simon, LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: The age of the home is often no bearing on radon levels. Location of the house in areas where radon is present is the key.
Rightway Residential Home Inspections
Answer: False
Explanation: This is true if they have been built with Radon mitigation designed into the structure. A new home is not a guarantee that radon is not present. Radon levels vary from area to area even home to home. The home right next store can have very low levels of radon and yours can be very high. Always wise to test.
ABC Home Inspections LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: It's uncertain where radon gas comes from.
Your Home Property Consultants
Answer: False
Explanation: New and old houses are prepended to have radon
Medical Mold Relief LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: Depends on where the home is located.
Clearview Home Inspections Eccl.9:10
ProMatcher
Answer: False
Explanation: Radon gas has been found high in both new and old homes. Newer homes tend to be tighter constructed for insulation purposes, but has not solved radon gas yet.
Corley Home Inspections, LLC
Answer: False
Explanation: Depends on where the house is built will determine the radon level in home
JKM Home Inspections
Answer: False
Explanation: New Construction is certainly tighter than older, less efficient homes which helps to lessen infiltration. Unfortunately, if Radon is underneath in a quantity, it will usually find a way inside.
Certipro Home Inspections
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