Wisconsin Radon Map Shows Testing in Kenosha County, Walworth County, Racine County and throughout the state
If you live in Kenosha, it would be a good idea to test for radon. Living with high radon levels are risky and could cause lung cancer in you or your family members.
Radon Testing should be done on the lowest living space in your home. If you live and spend time in the basement, that is where radon testing would be sampled.
When determining what "lived-in" or living-space" is, keep in mind that if the lowest level space is visited by family members at least seven hours during a week, consider this space to test for radon.
A short term measurement will consist of at least 48 hours in space that is closed up for the most part. That means no open windows and doors should remain closed. Normal opening of doors to come and go into the area being tested is okay, but doors should be closed immediately after exiting the room.
Racine Radon Services can provide a certified testing technician to your Kenosha home, to set up a monitor or lab testing kits in your home to make sure the radon testing is done correctly and accurately.
If radon testing measurement proves elevated, EPA recommends to have radon mitigation performed to fix it by lowering it below 4 pCi/L.
Get back an elevated radon test? We offer radon mitigation system and promises guaranteed results. With the installations of our customized radon mitigation system at your home, you can expect the EPA recommended levels below 4pCi/L.