Massachusetts Radon Zone 3 : Lowest Radon Potential
Highest Potential : Indoor radon levels greater than 4pCi/L
Moderate Potential : Indoor radon levels between 2pCi/L and 4pCi/L
Lowest Potential : Indoor radon levels less than 2pCi/L
Zone 3 Counties : Suffolk
Massachusetts Radon Test Kits
Despite what zone you fall under testing your home is the only way to make sure that you are safe from radon. Testing your home for radon gas is very easy and most of the time you can get test kits at very reasonable rates with quick turn around time on your test results. We highly suggest that everyone test on a yearly basis and in some areas depending on your geological soil make you may benefit more from an actual radon monitor.
If you have tested your home already and you need to speak to a qualified radon specialist fill out our free no obligation price quote now to find out about a radon mitigation system installation in Massachusetts. SWAT Environmental is the largest radon mitigation company in Massachusetts and we are here to serve you.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has identified 4 pCi/L is the threshold at which a home should take action to mitigate radon. In Massachusetts, three counties – Essex, Middlesex, and Worcester – have been designated high-risk, indicating that they have a greater potential for indoor concentrations of radon to exceed 4 pCi/L. With the exception of Suffolk County, the remaining counties in the state are designated moderate risk, with indoor radon levels expected to fall between 2 pCi/L and 4 pCi/L. Suffolk is the lone county in Massachusetts that carries a low risk designation. Despite these labels, no home is ever known to be 100% safe until tested. You can pick up a test kit at a local hardware or home improvement store, or follow the link below and we're happy to send one to you.
*the map above is not 100% accurate as there are many factors for what radon levels actually are in every area, This map should only be used as a reference to the areas and what the areas average indoor radon levels may be. No matter what your radon level can only be determined by an actual radon test administered by or ordered from a professional radon testing facility.