Radon Specialist of Catawba Valley
Health Effects of Radon
Mitigation – The Fix
Our Area – Radon Maps & Data
Radon Trivia & Interesting Facts
Testing for Radon
Why Radon Readings Vary
What is Radon?
More For Your Money
Printable Material (.pdf)
Estimate vs. Quote
The World Health Organization has recently (9/09) recommended that the acceptable level of radon exposure be:
A. 2.7 pCi/L
B. 4.1 pCi/L
C. 5.0 pCi/L
D. 5.5 pCi/L
If the average radon level in your house is 4.0 pCi/L and you are exposed for an average of 12 hours a day. In one year this is the equivalent to ?? Chest X-Rays a year.
Exposure to Radon increase your chances (level X length of exposure) of what illness?
C. Lung Cancer
E. Stomach Cancer
Radon is the ?? Environmental cause of death in the US.
A. # One
B. # Two
C. # Three
D. # Four
Radon causes over ??,000 deaths per year in the US.
This area is classified largely a a Zone 2, therefore there is no real concern.
A Smoker that lives in a radon environment, roughly increases their chance of lung cancer by:
A. 1 ½ times
B. 2 times
C. 2 ¾ times
D. 4 times
My house is on a crawl space, therefore I don’t have radon.
When should the house be tested? (Real Estate Sales often cause testing, therefore not just one answers)
A. Closed House Conditions
B. Snap Shot of typical conditions
C. Not Occupied
D. Long Term Test (91 to 365 days)
E. All of the above
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