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25 Percent of Nevada Homes Have Toxic Radon Levels

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You’ve tested your home for Radon, now what?

First off, congratulations on taking the first step with testing your home. Don't be concerned if your house has excessive radon levels. Our expertise is in lowering radon gas levels and ensuring your house is safe.

To guarantee a significant reduction in your home's radon levels, our team of qualified radon mitigation professionals will design a mitigation system that best suits your unique home configuration. The earth beneath the foundation becomes ventilated thanks to a radon mitigation device. Through a network of pipes and a specialized radon fan's suction, radon and other soil gases are exhausted into the atmosphere outside the home.

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Nevada Radon Levels

1 in 4 homes in Nevada have toxic radon levels

EPA Radon Zones do not determine individual home radon levels. High radon levels can be found in any house anywhere in the state. It is recommended that your home be tested for radon to determine your home’s radon levels.
Average Indoor Radon Levels for Nevada - Radon levels results from Air Chek
  • Washoe County = 3.1 pCi/L
  • Clark County = 1.1 pCi/L
  • Douglas County = 5.5 pCi/L


9 out of Nevada’s 17 counties are designated as Zone 1 (homes that can test above 4.0 pCi/L) by the EPA.


7 out of Nevada’s 17 counties are designated as Zone 2 (homes that can test between 2.0 and 4.0 pCi/L) by the EPA.

What Action Can Be Taken Against Radon?

After you have tested your home, if you have found high radon levels, a radon mitigation system would be the recommended course of action. These systems consist of a series of pipes and special equipment that pulls the radon from below the soil of the house and vents it out above the house. In many cases these are affordable and can be installed in just one day. These systems can significantly reduce the radon levels in your home.

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