Radon

Radon is a decay product of uranium, radon gas permeates through soil and rocks, and in most cases, enters your home through cracks and openings in foundations and flooring. 

Every home, regardless of its age, has some level of radon gas, with radon concentrations being highest in the basement due to the proximity to the subsoil. Radon concentrations vary day-to-day and season-to-season, with higher concentrations during the winter.

Radon is among the top 4 environmental risks to public health in the United States.

The recommended action level set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is 4.0 pCi/L and above, and has found nearly 1 out of 15 homes in the United States to have radon levels above 4.0 pCi/L. These homes are both new and old.

Is your home in this number? Radon testing is the only way to confirm that your home is not subject to dangerous radon levels. There are no symptoms that will alert you to radon gas in your home, and after being exposed to radon, it is a real threat to you and your family’s health.

 
 

specifics

Dwell has teamed up with Radon Diva to provide the best quality of services in the Cincinnati area.

A monitor is placed in the home for 48 hours to measure level of radon within the home.  

All scheduling and payment are through Dwell, making the process easy on you.

 

rates

radon testing
With Home Inspection - $125.00

 Without Home Inspection - Contact Radon Diva for pricing

 
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