Radon Kernow provides consultancy and remediation services for Cornish homes affected by radon gas.

Radon is a colourless, odourless radioactive gas that occurs naturally in rocks and soil. It is found across the world and throughout the UK, but occurs in different concentrations depending on location. The radon level in the air we breathe is usually very low, but can be found in higher concentrations inside buildings, where it can collect. Cornwall is one of the areas in the UK where higher concentrations of radon can be found more often. The Radon Kernow team, working with Cornish homeowners and residents, aim to reduce radon gas levels in Cornish properties to safer levels.

If you want to buy radon products, have radon issues in your workplace, or in other counties across the UK, or want more detailed technical information, please go to our companion website at UK Radon Ltd.

Find out more about radon

Technical information, how to measure it and what to do if you are affected by radon

About radon

Find out about radon and its effects, and where it occurs

Find out

Monitoring

Detecting and monitoring radon in the home

Monitoring

Get help

How we can help you if you think you have a radon problem. Find out about radon remediation.

Help

Who are Radon Kernow and how can they help?

Our mission is to make homes in Cornwall safer by reducing the risk of Cornish people getting lung cancer from exposure to high levels of radon gas in the home.

How we help

We provide radon advice and guidance, and radon gas monitoring. We fit radon remediation/mitigation systems to reduce levels, and service radon systems once installed in domestic properties.

Where we work

Radon Kernow have successfully reduced radon gas levels in homes across Cornwall, from Lands End and The Lizard in the South and West to Bude and Saltash in the North and East, including Truro, Bodmin, Penzance, Newquay, Falmouth, Liskeard, Launceston, Penryn, Helston, Hayle, St Ives, St Austell, Perranporth, St Agnes, Callington, Looe, Padstow, and Wadebridge.

In short, wherever there is a radon problem, we're here to help.