You have tested your home for radon, but now what? If you have tested your home for radon and confirmed that you have elevated radon levels, 4 picocuries per liter in air (pCi/L) or higher, our guidance can help you:
- Select a qualified radon mitigation contractor to reduce the radon levels in your home.
- Determine an appropriate radon reduction method.
- Maintain your radon reduction system.
Radon reduction systems work. Some radon reduction systems can reduce radon levels in your home by up to 99 percent. Most homes can be fixed for about the same cost as other common home repairs. Your costs may vary depending on the size and design of your home and which radon reduction methods are needed. Get an estimate from one or more qualified radon mitigation contractors. Hundreds of thousands of people have reduced radon levels in their homes.
Read a Consumer's Guide to Radon Reduction at https://www.epa.gov/radon/consumers-guide-radon-reduction-how-fix-your-home.