Radon In Apartments Is No Friend To Tenants Or Landlords
Radon exposure is a serious possibility in multifamily dwellings like apartments. While the EPA has noted that radon typically affects dwellings on the second floor or below, buildings with elevators or air shafts can sometimes carry a risk of exposure on higher floors, too. Being colorless and odorless, radon is a particularly dangerous factor to leave unchecked in an apartment and a risk to health and property value alike. While property owners should test their buildings, we at Environmental Doctor also offer affordable testing solutions for tenants who would like to check the level of radon in their rental units.