Statistics show there are between 1100 and 2000 lung cancer deaths each year that are caused by radon gas.
The action level endorsed by Public Health England (PHE) is 200 becquerels per cubic metre (Bq-m³), the target level is 100 Bq-m³. PHE recommends that radon levels are to be reduced to the target level or lower.
To determine the radon gas levels in your home, two small detectors are placed. One in the master bedroom and one in the living room for a three month period (or at least 90 days). If you have a large house or extensions, additional radon detectors may be necessary.
If your levels of the radioactive gas are over the action level or the recommended target level of 100 Bq-m3, we highly recommend you contact us. We can provide professional advice based on almost 40 years collective experience on combating high radon levels, offering our expertise in installation of the most effective radon mitigation equipment for your home.
Regardless of any indicative mapping or online postcode radon level estimates, the only way to know what levels of radon gas are in your property is to test. Radon Protection UK installs radon mitigation systems in homes.
You can get in touch with our team of radon experts by calling 0800 978 8435.
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