American Lung Association Affinity Network

No-cost professional radon testing services for American Lung Association Members. We are offering detailed, digitalized test results to keep homes safe from radon gas. 

Members can take advantage of efficient, digitalized, professional radon tests at no cost!

Upon ALA branch enrollment, members can participate in this no-cost radon testing for their homes. 

No-cost active radon testing for ALA members

Preferred priority service 

Testing services completed by a certified radon professional

Educational material about indoor air quality

Once a year, radon testing upon branch enrollment

Why No-cost Radon Testing?

There’s no catch. At Protect Environmental, we believe that everyone should have access to accurate, detailed radon testing. And it’s our first priority is to protect our clients’ indoor air quality.

  • Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.
  • The only way to know the radon risk in any home is to test.
  • We believe that everyone has the right to know their radon risk, so we are testing their homes at no cost.
  • If the results come back elevated, your client will have the tools needed to make a decision for a more healthy, safe, and clean home and peace of mind protection against radon.
  • Our professionals will be on deck with a solution for mitigation to keep homes safe from radon gas. 
How the Preferred Agent Network Works:

ALA branch enrolls and will be connected with a team member

Our team works with the branch to notify your members about the program

No-cost radon test service appointment can then be scheduled for members

Efficient and detailed radon analysis is reported

Our team can quickly provide a quote for mitigation if the results are elevated

What to expect with Professional No-Cost Radon Testing:

Become a member of our American Lung Association Affinity Network!

Participate at no cost to the ALA Branch or member.

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