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EPA's Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon
Reducing Radon in Water

This page is part of our series of reviews of Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon. The purpose of this series is to inform Lake Tahoe homeowners and buyers that by getting Radon detection and Radon mitigation, you can live more healthfully amidst the beauty of Lake Tahoe.

Since many Tahoe area wells have high Radon, it's helpful to learn about how a home's water supply can be treated to reduce exposure to Radon.

Point-of-entry Radon treatment...

Point-of-entry treatment can effectively remove Radon from the water before it enters your home, says the EPA. The devices enploy either granular activated carbon (GAC) filters or aeration devices. The Radon guide gives more information, but it's actually very limited in scope regarding Radon in water. Nevertheless, it is helpful to know such devices exist, so you can go looking for one if your water tests high in Radon.

Point-of-use Radon treatment...

Point-of-use treatment devices remove Radon from your water at the tap, but only treat a small portion of the water you use. These devices don't reduce the risk from breathing Radon released into the air from all water used in the home, such as when you are taking a shower.

This series is provided to inform about Radon at Lake Tahoe and beyond. On each page, you can view more by clicking on one of the navigation links below.

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Airthings air quality detectors
Airthings Home Radon and Air Quality Detectors

Airthings gets our glowing review for its line of air quality detectors. In particular, we have used the Airthings Corentium Radon Detector, and like it! We purchased our Airthings Corentium over seven years ago, and it has been reliable and accurate for detecting Radon levels in our home and office. It's definitely recommended for monitoring Radon. Plus, if you ever need to install any Radon mitigation devices, this constant monitoring device can help you to know how well your system is working, in order to keep your home Radon levels down. Check it out on Amazon, where you can read other reviews and get your best price.

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