Radon Action Resources

This page has several communication tools to help equip the radon community to spread awareness and help save lives. Included, you will find ideas, templates, and instructions on making a successful NRAM in your community. AARST is here to support your efforts and cheer on your successes as you participate in National Radon Action Month. Send us your accomplishments, and we will feature your successes on our social media platforms all month long! YOU SAVE LIVES EVERY DAY – THANK YOU!

 Resources for your success!

While creating radon awareness should be a year-long endeavor, January has been used to bring extra visibility to the cause. Radon professionals have connected with customers with social media posts, acquired proclamations, TV and radio ads, and distributed printable door hanger and postcard as well as our multi-language resource guides to their communities. Don’t forget that you can add your company logo and contact to these resources.

The Advocacy Committee has thoughtfully assembled several NRAM resources to help you spread the word about the hazards of elevated radon levels. If you have any suggestions for resources you would like to be available in the future, please email membership@aarst.org.

Radon Consumer Guides 

Distribute information flyers to your customer (PDFs). With help from AARST Kentucky Chapter (KARP) and their partners from BREATHE, AARST is supplying you with three PDFs as supporting documentation to give to clients. These flyers have been made availble in multiple languages to aid in communicating with the diverse US population. Like it and want to make it your own? Zip files with spacing for your company branding are available on your AARST member dashboard. These materials are copyrighted; do not alterIf you need help, please email memberships@aarst.org.

Real Estate and Radon

What Does Your Number Mean

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NRAM Postcard for Consumers


Add your company logo and contact information to the postcard and mail to your community.


NRAM Consumer Doorhanger

Leave a doorknob hanger on your customer’s doors or use it to canvas a neighborhood. A simple but effective way to spread the word.

Staple your business card or have your printer add your logo and contact info to the gray area.



NRAM Proclamations

Proclamations are a way to connect with your local officials to proclaim January is National Radon Action Month. Need instructions? Download this Instruction sheet with templates to personalize your requests. When you get a proclamation, please share it with AARST; we will spread the word of your success on our Social Media platforms. DOWNLOAD TEMPLATE

Social Media Blitz for NRAM


No time? No problem! Just like, forward and share any post about NRAM you see in your favorite social media feed.
Visit any of our social media platforms below.

NRAM Social Media Campaign

The following social media posts were created for 2021-2023! Use the social media posts below on your preferred social media platforms, pre-made for ease of sharing!

Right-click on the individual post and save.

More NRAM Ideas

The EPA’s NRAM page offers unique ideas for radon awareness activities. Visit their webpage at https://www.epa.gov/radon/national-radon-action-month-information. Learn about poster contests, find a list of action items, and special messaging.

Five Things You Can Do During National Radon Action Month

  1. Test your home – EPA and the U.S. Surgeon General recommend that all homes in the U.S. be tested for radon. Testing is easy and inexpensive.
    • Learn more about testing your home, including how to obtain an easy-to-use test kit.
  2. Attend a National Radon Action Month event in your area – Look for radon events in your community.
  3. Spread the word
  4. Spend time during National Radon Action Month encouraging others to learn about radon and test their homes.
    • Tell your family and friends about the health risk of radon. Encourage them to test their homes.
    • Plan an activity in your community to help raise awareness.
    • Write an op-ed or letter to the editor using samples from the event planning resources.
    • Attract media attention by working with a local official to get a radon proclamation.
    • View EPA’s free radon publications.
  5. Buy a radon-resistant home – Read more about radon-resistant new construction, “Building Radon Out: A Step-by-Step Guide to Build Radon-Resistant Homes“.
    • Build Green: It’s Easy to Build New Homes Radon-Resistant …”The good news is you can build your customers a safer, healthier, radon-resistant home. The techniques to prevent radon from entering a home are practical and straightforward for any builder. It’s an inexpensive way to offer families a benefit that could reduce their risk of lung cancer. And it’s a smart way to build trust between you and your customer.” Fuad Reveiz, Member of the National Association of Home Builders

Special Messaging

Check out their section titled “Special Radon Messages” for themed messaging to use beyond January.

After January:

  • February – Protect Your Loved Ones. Test for Radon. (Valentine’s Day)
  • April – Don’t Be Foolish. Test Your Home for Radon. (April Fool’s Day)
  • May/August – Breathe With Ease. Fix Your Home By Reducing Radon Gas. (Clean Air Month)
  • June – Living Green is Healthier. Build Radon-Resistant Homes. (Home Safety Month)
  • October – Protect Your Children From Radon. Test Your Home. (Children’s Health Month)
  • November – Radon is the Leading Cause of Lung Cancer Among Non-Smokers. (Lung Cancer Awareness Month)
  • December – Give the Gift of Health. Protect Loved Ones by Reducing Radon in Your Home. (Holiday Season)