Our Review of
EPA's Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon
Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon is a publication by the Environmental Protection Agency. This page is part of our review of the guide. Our review is a series of pages, one per each of the guide, and here we are on the Index page. Well, not much to review here, except that it's a well done index and great to have for looking up specifics. We added a few topics related to Lake Tahoe, since our review contains some Tahoe relevant information like the typical radon levels in homes.
In the guide you can find these important Radon topics and more. This is not an exact copy of the index, but a selection of topics in our review.
4 pCi/L (picocuries per liter)
Active (Radon) devices
Buying a home
High (Radon) levels
Radon Levels at Lake Tahoe
Long-term Radon tests
Lowest Radon level
Radon Testing Duration: 48 hours minimum
Cost of Radon Testing and Mitigation
Radon in crawl spaces
Device interference (National Academy of Sciences)
Passive Radon detection devices
Disclosure of Radon in real estate transactions
Picocuries per liter (pCi/L)
Short-Term Radon Tests
Drinking water and Radon
Private wells and Radon
Energy efficiency and Radon
EPA Regional Offices
Protocols for Radon testing
Qualified Radon testing professionals
This series is provided to inform about Radon at Lake Tahoe and beyond, so you can live more healthfully amidst the beauty of Tahoe. 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.