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Certified Radon Tester

Radon Testing


Although radon is a naturally occurring gas in our environment, it is also the second leading cause of lung cancer deaths after smoking. It is an invisible and odorless radioactive gas that enters the home from soil or well water.


One out of 15 homes is estimated to have dangerously elevated radon levels in the air. The Surgeon General and the EPA recommend testing all homes at least every two years, even if a mitigation system is already installed.


Radon impacts any home, new or old, and levels can vary widely, even between homes in the same neighborhood.

How We Test For Radon

We use state-of-the-art continuous monitoring equipment to test your home for a period of 48 hours. This advanced equipment will provide detailed data and hourly tracking of radon levels in the home. No labs are required and you will have the results shortly after testing is completed.

This short-term test is a good indicator if further evaluation or mitigation is required. Protect you and your family by having us perform this simple test to inform you on the level of exposure.

Radon Testing in progess during a home inspection
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