Originally Posted By: George E Keller
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If the property has been Professionally tested and the results are 4picoCuries/liter or higher, the epa and National Radon Safety Board recommend taking action to reduce the levels to under 4picoCuries/liter. After the mitigation is completed the home should be tested again to assure success.
The fact that a home has some level of Radon is common. Approx. 1 in 15 homes have high levels of Radon. If this property has been properly mitigated and the levels are now at a healthy level, I would feel safer puting my family in this Home over one that has not been tested and I’m unsure about.