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When Should Short-Term Tests Be Conducted? Does Time Of Year Matter?

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When Should Short-Term Tests Be Conducted? Does Time Of Year Matter?

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Winter readings are typically higher than those taken in summer. During winter, the larger differential between outdoor and indoor pressure is likely to lead to higher entry of radon into a house than would occur in summer. In addition, your home is likely to be less ventilated in the winter. EPA recommends testing in the winter.

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