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Radon levels are typically higher in crawlspaces and basements than in upper floors of a home.

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Question: Radon levels are typically higher in crawlspaces and basements than in upper floors of a home.
Top Answer (100% of 7 votes): True.

Answer: True
Explanation: Typically yes, radon gas will dilute and decay as it reaches the upper floors if the source is concentrated from under the property. Other factors from sources such as well water or building materials have the potential to increase upper floor radon levels.
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Answer: True
Explanation: The radon gases enter the air from the soils below the structure.
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