A Radon Survey Of Your Residence Is In Progress
An important step is being taken to protect your health. Radon testing is being conducted for this building.
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can be present in some buildings at concentrations greater than recommended. Testing for radon is recommended for all homes. Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer and the leading cause of lung cancer for nonsmokers in the United States.
The only way to know what the radon concentrations are for any building is to test.
|Please help to maintain these required test conditions throughout the building (12 hours prior the test and during the test).
on all levels of the building including areas not being tested
(except for momentary entry and exit)
|Heating and cooling systems
Set to normal
occupied operating conditions with normal temperatures between 65˚ and 80˚ F (18˚ - 27˚ C)
|Systems that temporarily ventilate with outdoor air for seasonal comfort or energy savings
|Set to the lowest seasonal ventilation
Exhausts Systems (that temporarily draw air from the building such from laundries, workshops, community kitchens or for local control of fumes
|Avoid excessive operation
|Fireplaces (that burn solid, liquid or gas fuels unless a primary/normal source of heat for the building)
|Do not operate
For general health information:
EPA’s A Citizen’s Guide to Radon can be found online at www.ecosense.io/EPA_Guide
For inquiries or reporting concerns.
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for your cooperation in helping to ensure a safe and healthy building.