Radon Safety Resources at UGAPublished on 02/11/2013 The University Cooperative Extension Service provides resources for making sure your home is safe from radon.
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UGA Extension offices distribute radon test kits.Download Image
Radon test kits should be placed two feet to six feet above the floor in the center of a room. Bedrooms or family rooms are the best rooms to test. Children may be at greater risk of radon exposure. The radon level at a child's breathing level is higher than that found at an adult's.002A Download Image 23FF
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