NEWS & EVENTS
EPA recommends that you know the radon level in any house you may want to buy.See Nevada test results to understand the radon risk potential for elevated radon levels in the area you wish to purchase a home.
You can accept an earlier test result (less than two years ago) from the seller or you can ask the seller for a new test to be done by a certified radon tester. EPA recommends homes be retested every two years, after an earthquake , and before and after remodeling.
To help you make your decision, ask the seller the following questions:
If you decide that you want a new radon test, discuss it with the seller as soon as possible.
Make sure that a radon test is done as early in the home buying process as possible. You may even want the sales contract to include: