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What are the most common ways that radon gas can enters a home?

The most common ways that radon can enter a home are: cracks in solid floors, construction joints, cracks in walls, gaps in suspended floors, gaps around service pipes, wall cavities, and the house's water supply.
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Answer: cracks in the floor, sump pump pits, thin concrete slabs
Minnesota Mold Inspection, LLC
Answer: Open cracks in the Slab such as the sump pit
Property Inspection Pros
Answer: Through the gaps and cracks in a foundation
Answer: The soils below the structure. If the structure has a concrete slab, the gas enters through any voids. If the structure if over a crawlspace, the gas enters through any voids in the vapor barrier.
Worsley Inspections LLC
Answer: cracks in basement flooring.
Alabama indoor air quality testing, LLC.
Answer: Concrete floor, dirt floor, cracks in the concrete floor, areas where the floor meets the walls and through the sump crock.
Honest Home Inspections & Milwaukee Mold Inspector
Answer: The gas enters through any crack, hole sump area, crawl space, etc.
Four County Home Inspection Service, LLC
Answer: Radon enters a home through areas of low pressure. It can enter your home through cracks in a foundation , sump pits and through your water supply.
Norton Inspection Services
Answer: Foundations cracks, Open drainage (sump pump pit), water proofing systems, dirt crawl spaces, ground water
Medical Mold Relief LLC
Answer: The most common ways radon gas enters a home is through openings in a home, cracks in the floor and walls.
Corley Home Inspections, LLC
Answer: Thru cracks in the foundation , sump pumps ,sewer lines.
ATM Home Inspection
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