Little more about Radon
What is EPA's Action Level for Radon and What Does it Mean?
Radon in air is ubiquitous ( existing or being everywhere at the same time) Radon is found in outdoor air and in the indoor air of buildings of all kinds. EPA recommends homes be fixed if the radon level is 4pCi/L. (picocurries per liter) or more. Because there is no known safe level of exposure to radon. EPA also recommends that Americans consider fixing their home for radon levels between 2 pCi/L and 4 pCi/L.
My experience with radon testing has been of mixed results with testing for it when asked by clients to test.
Radon readings can be high at one house and the house right next door could have very low readings. So if you see a neighbor's has a migration system it does not mean you need one or have high levels of radon entering your home
I hope this has explained to you a little more about radon and the process any home owner can use in determining and remedying any high levels of radon gas entering your home.
I have another page on my website about Radon which is very informational .
Any questions please feel free to contact. I am here for you!
Thank You, Al Lucci