Situated right at the southern base of the Rocky Mountains, the City of Santa Fe is a stunning metropolis brimming with art and culture. From its iconic Adobe architecture to the countless art galleries, installments, and museums, it is clear why the New Mexico State Capital is considered by many to be one of the great art cities. However, despite its abundant beauty and copious artistic offerings, Santa Fe also boasts extremely high levels of indoor radon.
The EPA has designated Santa Fe and the rest of Santa Fe County to be in Radon Zone 1. This zone designation indicates the highest level of potential indoor radon. Though there is no safe level of radon, the high potential in areas such as Santa Fe make it even more imperative that you have your home or business treated and tested for radon.