Radon Testing

What is a safe level of radon gas? A safe level of radon gas is no radon gas. Radon gas is a carcinogen which causes lung cancer. The US EPA has put it plainly, stating, "Any radon exposure has some risk of causing lung cancer. The lower the radon level in your home, the lower your family's risk of lung cancer." The average person receives a higher dose of radiation from the radon levels in their home than from their combined exposure to all other radiation sources, natural or man-made.

Cox Environmental performs Radon testing with activated charcoal kits, having results analyzed by AirChek, Inc.  For accurate results, test kits must remain untouched in the property for 48 hours.  Cox’s experts are specially trained to interpret lab reports for Radon and other indoor air quality tests.  For your convenience, if a Radon problem is identified, we will provide you with a list of qualified mitigation contractors.



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