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Radon Levels in Morgantown, WV

As a homeowner in Morgantown, West Virginia, you may or may not have heard about the dangers of Radon gas and the impact that high Radon levels can have on you and your loved ones inside your home. Unfortunately, Radon levels in Morgantown have been recorded with 24.8% of the homes above the EPA action level of 4.0pCi/L. Just how much harm can this gas cause to your and your family? Well, levels at the EPA recommended action level of 4.0 pCi/L are equivalent to the radiation in smoking 10 cigarettes a day or receiving 200 chest X-rays a year. Fortunately, testing for Radon and Radon mitigation in Wexford, Pennsylvania is a simple and relatively quick problem to solve.

Highlighted below are some important facts and statistics about Radon gas and Radon mitigation in Morgantown, West Virginia residents and homeowners should consider:

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. The only way to know if you have Radon is to test for it. Radon can be found not only in homes, but in commercial buildings, and schools as well.

Radon induced lung cancer is caused by the breaking down of cells that line the walls of the lung. Exposure of elevated Radon levels over time will lead to increased risk of lung cancer. For younger children, this risk is increased due to their smaller lung capacity and increased respiratory rate.

Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer amongst non-smokers, claiming over 21,000 lives every single year. The surgeon general considers Rn a class A carcinogen, which means that it is known to cause cancer in humans.

The average Radon level in Morgantown is 3.4 pCi/L. Radon testing in Morgantown has been completed by many homeowners, but it's not to late to test yours. There are several factors that can impact the level of a home such as soil conditions and age of the home so it is important to test your own home in Morgantown to know if you and your family are at risk.

How Homeowners in Morgantown can fix Radon problems

Whether you are new to the Morgantown area or have lived here for a long time, Radon gas is a potential problem you and your family may face. The first step to understanding if your home is at risk, is to conduct Radon testing.

Radon testing in Morgantown, West Virginia can be complete either by a Radon company like Home Radon Pros or by you as the home owner. Radon professionals will use more accurate devices to monitor your home, but DIY test kits that you can buy from a local department store will also work. Regardless of the testing method, you should contact a Radon professional to review your results. On average, 25% percent of homes need Radon mitigation in Morgantown due to the levels of Radon being above the EPA recommend action level.

Your results will determine your next step. If your results are below what you feel comfortable with you can forego any further action (some homeowners will choose to have a Radon remediation installed even when their levels come back low). Our recommendation is that for homeowners living in Morgantown, Radon testing should be done every two years as levels will fluctuate over time.

If your results are above what you feel are safe, or if you are selling or buying a home and the levels are over the EPA action level, your next step is to reduce the Radon in your home. Radon removal or Radon mitigation in Morgantown, West Virginia can typically be completed in less than a day. This process will require a Radon company like Home Radon Pros to create a negative depressurized zone underneath your home, and the addition of a Radon fan to pull the air with the Radon out from under your home and above your roof line.

If you have a new construction home, you may have what is called a “passive Radon system” which will just require the addition of a Radon fan. Passive Radon mitigation systems in Morgantown can be added to a majority of newly built homes.

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Commercial Radon Mitigation in Morgantown

Radon is not just in residential homes, but can also be found in commercial buildings and even schools. Commercial Radon Mitigation in Morgantown, is something that more and more businesses are considering to keep their employees safe. Although the process of installing a Radon remediation system in a commercial building is slightly different, the steps to determining if it is right for your building is the same. Commercial building Radon testing is the first step to determining if Radon removal is necessary.


Even more important in Radon testing schools near Morgantown, West Virginia. As our children spend just as much time in the classroom as they do at home, it is of equal importance to test the schools our children attend. In order to know if Radon testing in Monongalia County Schools school district has been completed, contact your super intendent. Our team is licensed and certified to conduct Radon testing and Radon removal in commercial and public buildings, including schools.

Facts and Figures about Morgantown West Virginia 

Founded in 1785, Morgantown is located in Monongalia West Virginia. Morgantown is home to over 30,000 people living in 10,851 households. The average level of a home is 3.4 pCi/L with 25% of the homes tested having a level of 4.0 pCi/L. The average Radon level of Morgantown is .6 pCi/L below the EPA recommended action level however we still encourage home owners to have a Radon test conducted.


The school district for Morgantown is Monongalia County Schools. Monongalia County schools can be found at 1751 Earl L. Core Road Morgantown, WV 26505 while the municipal Court building can be found at 389 Spruce Street Morgantown WV, 26505. The police department can be located on 300 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV 26505. All homes in Morgantown WV should be tested for Radon and Radon remediation and homes should be completed for any home testing above 4.0 pCi/L.


The Morgantown area has the following zip codes 26501, 26505, 26506, 26507, and 26534. The local geo coordinates for Morgantown are at 39° 37' 46.2864'' N and 79° 57' 21.2184'' W. 

Buying or selling your home in Morgantown?

Are you looking to sell or buy a home in Morgantown or 26501 area? If so, more and more home buyers are looking to have Radon testing in Morgantown WV completed during the home inspection. If the Radon test comes back high, then the buyer can negotiate with the seller to place a Radon system in the home. Home Radon Pros has installed Radon mitigation systems in Morgantown WV area.


For real estate transactions, Radon reduction systems can be installed quickly to advance the sale of the home. This is not something that we would encourage you to waive if you are buying a home. For homes in Morgantown West Virginia Radon mitigation systems increase the value of the home and will increase the life expectancy of those living in it.

Realtors looking for Radon mitigation in Morgantown 

There are several available realtors and real estate agents in Morgantown West Virginia. Realtors looking to perform Radon mitigation system in Morgantown West Virginia or the 26501 area can contact the Radon professionals at Home Radon Pros for how we can add value to your real estate team.


Home Radon Pros services all of Monongalia, WV including Morgantown for Radon testing and removal. We encourage our realtors and homeowners to view what our clients say about us on Google to see why we are Morgantown's most trusted Radon company.

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