Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas. You can not see, smell or taste it. But it can still be a problem within your home. Breathing air containing radon can increase your risk of getting lung cancer. Testing is the only way to find the Radon levels in your home.
Every home is susceptible to radon, even new construction.
Radon is unpredictable. Two houses built right next to each other, at the same time, with the same construction methods, may have very different radon levels.
Visit EPA.Gov to learn more about the risks of radon.
Our radon testing services are designed for real estate transactions with quick 48-hour testing using electronic monitors that give an hour-by-hour breakdown of the test results.
As required by the EPA, the test will be conducted in the lowest level of the home that could be used regularly. Typically the basement if the home has one. Tests are never conducted in a crawl space or a root cellar.