- Basic Radon Information
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- How to fix a Radon Problem
- Alabama Radon Program
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EPA Testing Recommendations for Alabama
In some types of terrain, radon testing can require special consideration. One such case is in areas of karst geology. Karst is a broad term used by geologists for features where portions of rock have been dissolved away by water.
Although karst is found in many areas of the United States, Alabama, particularly north Alabama, has many of these geologic formations. Radon levels can be extremely variable in these areas. Therefore, in order to provide the correct testing guidance, one must determine whether they live in an area affected by this geologic condition.
HUD Radon Testing Recommendations
- HUD Radon Fact Sheet
- June 7, 2004 Radon Gas and Mold Notice and Release Agreement
- May 20, 2004 HUD News Release
- HUD letter to FHA loan Mortgagees
- Revised HUD Home Inspection Form
Real estate transactions usually require quicker results, so a different set of rules pertain to testing for radon in real estate.
Order Radon Test Kits:
For information on ordering radon testing kits, please contact the Office of Radiation Control, Alabama Department of Public Health at 1-800-582-1866. Thank you.
What to do after you get your test results back