Professional radon testing for your home is the first step in knowing your risk of radon exposure. Make your home a safe place to breathe.
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is odorless, colorless, and tasteless. It can enter your home through cracks in the foundation, water systems, and other sources.
Radon is a Class A Human Carcinogen. Breathing air with high concentrations of it, especially in your home, is dangerous. In fact, radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.
More than 21,000 people die each year from radon-induced lung cancer. Up to 15% of all lung cancer cases are attributed to radon exposure.
Any home or building is at risk. The only way to know for sure the radon levels in your home is to test. The EPA recommends mitigation (reducing the amount of radon) if your home tests at a level of 4.0 pCi/L or higher.
Does your home need a radon test? There are a variety of ways to test your home for radon. Our professional radon testing services for your home are conducted by our qualified experts and provide you with accurate and more detailed results.
When it comes to testing your home, we are the qualified experts. Our trusted professionals possess the knowledge and skills needed to test your home accurately and effectively. Upon testing for radon in your home, we work with you to develop a customized course of action depending on your test results. Every home is unique. We will work with you to ensure the safety of your home and your peace of mind every step of the way.
Our professionals work with you to schedule a time for our active radon testing home devices to be placed and activated in your home. If you are a part of a real estate transaction, we can work with you to schedule your test for before your closing date.
All of our trusted professionals are qualified to conduct radon testing through the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP). Our proprietary Radon Sentinel™ Measurement System makes it possible for us to provide detailed and accurate test results with multiple readings taken during the testing period.
Our professional returns to your home to pick up the radon test device. Test data is digitally collected, meaning we bypass the need for third party lab analysis to get the results in your hands faster than ever. Your test result is based on an average of multiple readings taken during the testing period. With more detailed results, you can make the best decision for the health of your home.
Make a data-informed decision with professionally certified, detailed, radon test results. Our team of experts will share with you the results of your test, answer any of your questions, and provide you with more information about radon mitigation if your results are elevated.
Our professionally installed radon mitigation systems are the safe and reliable solution for reducing the radon levels your home.
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