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RadonAway Authorized Radon ProfessionalIf you’ve recently discovered high levels of radon in your Georgia home, click on the button below to submit your contact information in order to get in touch with a radon contractor from the network of professional radon mitigators. Using the proper equipment, methods and technology, these radon contractors have a proven track record of successfully reducing radon levels in Georgia.

Georgia, the Peach State, is also known for its red clay soil, particularly in the Atlanta area. Radon, named as the #1 environmental health threat and has been found in homes across all 50 states, even in the famous red clay of Georgia. Testing for radon is the only way to know if your home is affected, so all Georgia residents should consider testing the homes, even if they do not live in a high risk county.

When radon levels are at or exceed 4 pCi/L, the U.S. EPA recommends taking action and undergoing radon mitigation. Homeowners that find out their homes test at radon levels between 2 pCi/L and 4 pCi/L are encouraged by the EPA to consider action as well.

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Understanding Radon in Georgia

Regardless if your Georgia home is new or old, radon can seep in through cracks in the foundation, accumulate to dangerous levels, and seriously affect your health.

*22,000 people die each year from radon poisoning and unfortunately, approximately 800 of them are in Georgia.

EPA Zone 1 counties – those most at risk for home radon levels above 4 pCi/L – are Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties. Since radon is not visible and you cannot smell or taste it, it’s critical to have your home tested as soon as possible.

Facts About Radon Testing in Georgia

Major health organizations, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Lung Association and the American Medical Association, agree that radon poisoning can easily be prevented through testing and mitigation. Many Georgia homeowners wait to perform radon testing because they feel it may be expensive and time consuming. However, this is a very affordable process that is also quite fast.

Radon levels in Georgia homes are affected by factors such as local geology and home construction. Again, the age of the home does not predict radon risk.