Beaver County Radon Levels

Radon levels in Beaver county are some of the worst in the state. Beaver county is located in Western Pennsylvania, and borders West Virginia and Ohio to the west. Beaver county has a population of over 184 thousand people within 72 thousand households. Founded in 1800, Beaver county is full of history. Beaver county has a total of 4 colleges and universities, and is made up of 14 different school districts. Beaver county homes are in serious danger of radon gas with 56.4% of homes being above the recommended EPA radon action level of 4.0 pCi/L. According to radon.com, the average radon level in Beaver County is 9.3 pCi/L. This is high above the average radon level in other homes in Pennsylvania, and is 5.3 pCi/L above the EPA recommended action level. If you have a home in Beaver county, it would be heavily advised to have radon testing conducted in your home.  Chart below is data from radon.com.

   Results above 4 pCi/L

   Results between 2 and 3.9 pCi/L

   Results below 2pCi/L

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