There are no safe levels of radon in homes or commercial properties. High levels of radon exposure have been shown to have significant impacts on health and are the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.
Radon is a common concern for many homes and businesses across the Southwest. Though it varies from county to county, both Texas and New Mexico have shown a high risk for radon exposure in major cities. From El Paso to Austin and Albuquerque to Taos, radon is a prevalent issue.
Thankfully, there are many ways to help minimize and mitigate the levels of radon in homes and commercial properties!