How to Migrate Radon From Your Home

Radon illustration, How Radon Enters Your Home
This illustration (click to enlarge) shows how radon enters your home. (DepositPhotos)

Danny and Joe welcome callers’ questions each week on the Today’s Homeowner Radio Show.

Here’s a question from our Dec. 21 broadcast:

Ben needs to know how he can migrate radon — a colorless, odorless gas — with an air-to-air exchange system.

We tell Ben the Environmental Protection Agency says the maximum radon level is 4, before a homeowner should take steps to correct the situation, and Ben says his radon level is 7. So this is a top priority. 

An air-to-air exchange system will work getting radon out but will not prevent radon from being in his home.

If you’re concerned about poisonous gas in your home, consider a radon detector

Listen to the embedded audio clip above for the answer! Read the blog from the Dec. 21 show and listen to the full broadcast here.

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