Once you’ve finished your radon testing, it’s time to dig in and understand the results. Pass and fail aren’t necessarily the best ways to determine home safety, but knowing the numbers involved will help you choose the right solutions for your home.
The EPA established that a radon level of four picocuries per liter as the level when you should take action to reduce radon in your home. However, many homeowners take action when the levels are between two and four. The difference between a pass and fail radon test is .1.
Instead of making your choice for remediation based on pass or fail, always look to the numbers for a clear picture of what is going on in your home.