Yellow areas mean that our goal to raise Radon awareness is working! People are often taking action to reduce their levels. Radon levels vary from home to home, so monitor yours to ensure it stays low.
Learn about the Airthings mission.
A significant amount of detectors are reporting warning levels in this area.
If your home’s detector reports between 49 - 99 Bq/m³ (1.4 -2.6 pCi/L), experiment with ventilation to reduce levels. Continuous monitoring will ensure the changes do not exacerbate the problem and keep those levels low.
For helpful information on Radon, click here.
A significant amount of detectors are reporting high Radon levels in this area.
If your home’s detector measures levels higher than 100 Bq/m³ (2.7 - 4 pCi/L) mitigation may be necessary. For more information click here.
This graph shows the month-by-month break down of the area’s sensor data.
Radon levels fluctuate daily and continuous monitoring is therefore essential.
Radon fluctuates daily. External factors affect levels and therefore, continuous measuring is necessary. Some of these include:
Historically, Radon levels are found to be higher in the colder months. This is due to many factors, however when our homes are closed up, there is less ventilation and therefore more radon. Click here for more information.