North Aurora was originally known as "Schneider's Crossing" after John Peter Schneider, a German immigrant who built a mill and dam on the Fox River in 1834. It was formally incorporated as North Aurora in 1905. With a population of over 16,000 people, North Aurora remains a popular destination for families looking for a new home. The Village of North Aurora sits firmly in Kane County, IL.
Kane County has been assigned a Radon Zone 1 by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). Zone 1 has the highest potential for indoor radon levels greater than 4 pCi/L. Since North Aurora, IL sits in Zone 1, it is highly recommended that you have your home tested for radon gas.
4-8 pCi/L is the equivalent of smoking about 8-16 cigarettes per day. This is enough reason alone to have your home tested!
We offer a very accurate 48hr test with a continuous radon monitor. At the end of the test, the results are ready and will be emailed within the hour. No need to wait for lab results!
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