Why We Test

Radon is invisible, radioactive, and in one third of all homes tested in this region. Because you can’t hear, smell, or see radon gas, the only way to gauge its presence is to test with a specialized unit.

You breathe the air in your workplace or home all day, and our multi-day testing allows us to see an average exposure, instead of a moment in time which could be artificially high or low depending on a variety of soil and weather conditions.

Exposure to radon gas is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers in America, so the EPA recommends testing every home every two years to make sure you mitigate your exposure however possible.

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