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  1. Having the test done or not is really a psaoenrl decision. People who have a finished basement that they plan to use are those most likely to have the test, although others have the test just as a caution. The test might also be appropriate for homes on a slab.What I’ve been told by inspectors is that the test’s reading can vary from one season to the next, or due to the temp or barometric reading. In other words, a test done in the summer (or winter) may indicate a safe level, while a subsequent test in the winter (or summer) may indicate mitigation needs to be done.

  2. I’ve been told different thgins about Radon tests, from No, You don’t need, don’t bother , to vehement recommendations. I think I’ll go with a test, and thanks to you I’ll have have an idea of to expect.

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