Keep It Ethical
Even though you are trying to act in the best interests of your client, confine your services to the standards of practice for your specialty. —Article 1 and Article 11
Radon is a colorless, odorless, naturally occurring gas that can enter any home through tiny cracks in the foundation. Ironically, well-insulated homes are more likely to have radon problems. Radon is a lung carcinogen and may contribute to lung cancer deaths, especially among cigarette smokers.
- Radon is naturally occurring and has been found in all states.
- Testing is the only way to determine whether a home has elevated levels of radon.
- Radon testing is not required but is recommended by the EPA’s Homebuyers and Sellers Guide to Radon.
- The EPA recommends that repairs be made to reduce radon if levels exceed four picocuries per liter of air.
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