Since home radon is odorless and invisible, testing is the only reliable way to detect this cancer-causing gas.
Since radon is one of the second-leading causes of lung cancer, identifying it inside the home is important. But as an odorless, invisible gas, detecting radon without reliable testing is impossible. A radon mitigation professional can also help you determine what levels are a cause for concern.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 4.0 pCi/L is considered the "action level." However, The World Health Organization (WHO) has determined that radon can be dangerous in any concentration.
To see what the radon levels mean for your home, contact National Radon Defense Midwest today. We provide reliable radon testing services and free mitigation estimates throughout Nebraska, Missouri, and Iowa, including Lincoln, Des Moines, Sioux City, and areas nearby.
This video shows how radon enters the home through the stack effect.
No matter where you live or how old your home is, radon can be a problem - this is a result of the stack effect and air building up inside the house:
There is no way to tell how much radon is inside a home without frequent checkups and radon testing.
Monitoring radon levels is a key step for ensuring your home is protected.
National Radon Defense Midwest wants to do everything possible to get home radon levels as low as possible. Here are some factors to consider if radon has been detected in your home:
Want to protect your family from home radon? National Radon Defense Midwest offers reliable radon testing and will help you understand the levels of radon inside your home. If high levels are detected, we can provide a free radon mitigation estimate.
We proudly serve Nebraska, Missouri, and Iowa areas throughout Bellevue, Council Bluffs, Gretna, Elkhorn, Hastings, Grand Island, Fremont, and nearby. Schedule radon testing and a free mitigation estimate to learn more.