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An estimated one of three Indiana homes has radon levels over 4 pCi/L; the national recommended action level. In addition, all Indiana homes fall into either EPA Radon Zone 2 (moderate radon potential – 2pCi/L to 4pCi/L) or Zone 1 (high radon potential – over 4pCi/L). The EPA Radon Zone map is just a guideline, however, and all homes should be tested for radon every two years, regardless of past results, neighbors’ results, or the age of the home.

Since radon cannot be detected unless tested, home and property owners have no way of knowing if they are surrounded by dangerous levels of radon unless they test. Even new homes can be affected by elevated radon and should be tested, preferably before the new home owners move in.

The Effects of Radon Exposure in Indiana

  • Over time, if residents who are inhaling radon gas are at risk for developing lung cancer. Some lung cancer symptoms might include:
  • Chest pain
  • Trouble breathing
  • Coughing up blood
  • Wheezing
  • Hoarseness
  • Respiratory infections

The only way to know if a home has high levels of radioactive radon gas, is to test for it.

Hiring a Radon Contractor in Indiana

RadonAway has built a network of radon mitigation professionals who provide expert radon mitigation services. Whether you have found radon in water or radon gas in the air in your Indiana home, these qualified contractors have the experience and training necessary to help find the solution.