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Our Review of
EPA's Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon

Introduction: This page is part of our series for Lake Tahoe homeowners, sellers and buyers, reviewing the Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon is a publication by the Environmental Protection Agency. Since the EPA defines Lake Tahoe as a high Radon area, by getting Radon detection and Radon mitigation, you can live more healthfully amidst the beauty of Lake Tahoe.

The EPA Guide provides links to websites, hotlines, and publications for more information about Radon. We checked each link, and sometimes got messages like, "Oops, this help center no longer exists." Such is the problem of printed paper publications. Yet, it is nice to have a paper guide like the Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon, and even though some links are out of date, the concepts are up-to-date.

Links For More Info.

Search for EPA Frequent Questions or Lake Tahoe on the EPA home page.

The URL https://www.epa.gov/Radon is a link that still works. It's the EPA's main Radon page.

The EPA Radon page leads you to many specific topics, including the Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon, the Consumer's Guide to Radon Reduction, and the Model Standards and Techniques for Control of Radon in New Residential Buildings, plus more.

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.

Home Air Quality Monitors

A Radon detector is only one home monitor that you can use to check the indoor air quality of your home at Lake Tahoe and beyond. Here's a handy link to home air quality monitors and other air quality products.

Navigation: More Radon Information

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