Your Radon levels are measured by picoCuries per liter of air (pCi/L) and interpreting results can be be classified into three levels of action.
Scenario I: “No Action” – A radon level less than 4 pCi/L should be viewed as acceptable, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Scenario II: “Elevated” – A radon level above 4 pCi/L and less than 10 pCi/L is generally thought to be a concern but not significant enough to merit installing a mitigation system without first conducting a longer term test once the buyer moves into home.
It is important to point out Radon reduction is easy and affordable and shouldn’t be considered a material deficiency of the buillding but rather a course of action for a having a safe and healthy building.
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