American Radon Services of VA LLC
8814 Dundee Dr.
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
T. (540) 455-4961
Monday - Saturday 8-5
Sunday - Closed
American Radon Services of Virginia LLC is a cerified Radon Measurement Specialist. Everyone should have their home tested for Radon regardless of where you live. Learn about all the possible Radon Tests and contact us to help you choose which testing method is best for you.
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American Radon Services of Virginia LLC provides service in the Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. area. Our after sales service is tops in the industry. We service all radon fan models and offer affordable maintenance contracts that fit your budget.
We'll answer all your Radon related questions as well as provide you with all the necessary resources to keep you and your family safe. American Radon Services of Virginia LLC is a certified Radon Measurement and Mitigator serving Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C.
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When you're dealing with a Radon reduction system, your choice in contractors does make a difference. Not all Radon reduction systems are built the same. At American Radon Services of Virginia LLC we use quality parts that are installed by certified technicians all backed by our 10-year warranty.
Every home should be tested for radon, whether you do it yourself or consult a professional. Radon causes cancer and not testing puts you and your loved one's at risk. Testing your home, workplace or other normally occupied area is the only way to know for sure if an indoor radon problem exists. Indoor radon usually reaches its maximum concentration during the coldest winter months. The lowest livable level of the structure should always be tested because that is where the highest radon levels in the structure are typically found. If the radon level exceeds the EPA recommended action level (4.0 pCi/L), confirmatory testing should be performed. Exposure to indoor radon, a colorless, odorless radioactive gas, is thought to be the second leading cause of lung cancer and the leading cause of lung cancer among people who have never smoked. Exposure to radon may cause as many as 21,000 cases of lung cancer each year in the United States, including almost 700 cases per year in Virginia. The EPA classifies radon risk areas as Zones 1, 2 or 3. Virginia has 46 counties and 15 cities that are classified as Zone 1 (high risk), and 24 counties and 8 cities classified as Zone 2 (moderate risk).
Virginia is the twenty-fifth leading state in the country for radon and Maryland is the twenty-ninth. Including Washington D.C. they all have relative high concentrations of the gas in the soil. Some new homes being build in Virginia, Maryland and many other states are now installing passive radon mitigation system as a preventive measure.
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