Results
1. Home location

2. Household information

3. Risk tolerance and scientific assumptions

4. Results

county fips = 24031
prior gm = 0.8 pCi/L
prior gsd = 2.1 pCi/L
meas: 5.0 pCi/L

 Help on this page Given the information about your home, here's a plot of the estimated probability distribution for the radon concentration in your home. The area shaded in red (if any) shows the probability that your home's annual-average, living-area concentration exceeds the level 4.0 at which you said you would remediate. [This distribution has a median of 1.4 and a geometric standard deviation of 1.6 ]
 We evaluated four possible actions that you could take. These are summarized in the table below. Given your stated risk tolerance, we recommend the highlighted action. Immediate cost (\$) Probability that you will remediate if you follow this strategy Expected total cost (\$) Expected lives saved compared to no action Remediate Immediately 2000 1.00 2000 0.000 Make a year-long measurement and fix your house if the result exceeds 4.60 pCi/L. 50 0.01 64 0.000 Make a short-term measurement and fix your house if the measurement is over 28.20 pCi/L 15 0.00 15 0.000 Do nothing 0 0.00 0 0.000