Generally 10,000 pCi/L of radon in water translate to 1 pCi/L of radon in air. If your radon in water test results are high, your water could be contaminating your air. The nationwide average radon in water level is 353 pCi/L.
The primary health risk of Radon in Water occurs when radon exits the water and enters the air in your home. Breathing radon is dangerous to your health, so we always recommend testing for radon in the air using either a Short Term or Long Term test kit.
You can visit the EPA’s website for more info about radon and how to reduce high levels.