What is Radon?

Why Radon can be very dangerous?

Radon is an odorless and colorless gas

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer and it can be found in the soil in Arizona.

Radon is a health hazard with a simple solution

Radon can cause lung cancer but it can be mitigated and removed from your home.

Radon presence can be tested easily

You can test your house to check if there is Radon. It is a very simple test and you can order one free kit on our Website.






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About Arizona Radon Professionals

We are a family owned business with more than 20 years of experience in mitigation services. We are experts in designing and installing mitigation systems on buildings and this is all we do. We are certified for Radon testing and mitigation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions? We have got the best answers for you.

What is Radon?

Radon-222 is the decay product of radium-226. Radon-222 and its parent, radium-226, are part of the long decay chain for uranium-238. Since uranium is essentially ubiquitous (being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time) in the earth's crust, radium-226 and radon-222 are present in almost all rock and all soil and water..

Why Radon is dangerous?

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), part of the World Health Organization (WHO) has indicated there is sufficient evidence that radon and its progeny can cause lung cancer, and classifies them as “carcinogenic to humans.”

Is there Radon in Arizona?

The average radon level found in homes in the U.S. is about 1.4 pCi/L. In Arizona, the median of radon levels found in 4000+ homes during the state indoor radon survey (1987-89) was about 1.6 pCi/L.

How can Radon enter my house?

Radon gas comes from the soil that is in direct contact with our home’s foundation. Our home breathes in and out and as our home takes air in, in can pull radon gas into the home through cracks in floors or walls; construction joints; or gaps in foundations around pipes, wires, or conduit. Any hole can be an entrance for radon in our home.

How can I test my house for Radon?

You can order a free test kit on our website; arizonaradonmitigation.com, and it will be shipped free of charge to your home. Remember that 1 test kit is enough for roughly up to 1,000 square feet. If your house is larger, you will need to order more kits.

What to do if radon level in my house is high?

Reliable techniques exist for reducing radon levels in homes. Experience with radon mitigation systems has developed to the point that virtually any home can be fixed.