RPII_Radon_Dwelling

 

 

Radon can enter a building from the ground through small openings i.e., crack in the floor, service pipes and cables.
Because indoor air pressure is usually lower than outdoor air pressure, a difference occurs as warm indoor air is less dense than outdoor air.

 

 

 

Westside Radon Services would like to thank the EPA for the use of some of their material in the making of this website.