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Did you know that 1 in 5 homes in Tennessee tests high for radon? Last month citizens that 

Protect your family by testing for radon in your home. 

Click here to request a free test kit. Limit one per household.

EPA advises that if the radon level detected in a home is between 2 and 4 pCI/L, steps should be taken to reduce it to below 2 pCi/L. EPA has established 4 pCi/L as an action level at which one should initiate measures to mitigate the amount of radon in the home.  However, there is no safe level of radon. 

November Tennessee Test Results Percentage of tests over 4 pCi/L: 38%
Highest test result: 45.4 pCi/L
For your lungs, a radon level of 40 in your home is equivalent to smoking 4 packs of cigarettes per day

 

 

 

Instructional video from AirChek on how to correctly use your free radon test kit at home.