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- Radon Facts*
- EPA Recommendations for Radon
- Overview About Radon
- How Does Radon Get Into Your Home?
- How to Test Your Home for Radon
- Short-term Testing for Radon
- Long-term Testing for Radon
- How to Use a Radon Test Kit
- What Your Test Results Mean
- Radon and Home Sales
- Radon in Water
- How to Lower the Radon Levels in Your Home
- The Risk of Living With Radon
- Radon Risk Charts
- Radon Myths
- For Further Information
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For Further Information
If you need further information about radon or would like to ask a question, see our Frequently Asked Questions system at http://iaq.supportportal.com and select the topic area radon. You can use this interface to submit questions and subscribe to specific topic information.
National Radon Hotline Purchase radon test kits by phone.
National Radon Helpline Get live help for your radon questions.
National Radon Fix-It Line For general information on fixing or reducing the radon level in your home.
Safe Drinking Water Hotline, operated under contract to EPA. For information on testing, treatment, radon in water, and drinking water standards.
*Operated by Kansas State University in partnership with EPA
EPA Regional Office, State Radon Coordinators, Tribal Program Offices
Call your state office for additional help with any of your radon questions. Up-to-date information on how to contact your state radon office, your EPA Regional Offices and Tribal Coordinators is available at www.epa.gov/radon/whereyoulive.html (just click on your state or EPA regional office). Visit www.epa.gov/iaqtribal for information specifically presented for Tribal Partners.
SOURCE: EPA.gov. A Citizen's Guide to Radon