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Radon Testing

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas found in rocks and soil that is dangerous to our health. As the second leading cause of lung cancer, it’s important to have your home’s radon levels tested.

All radon testing is performed by radon measurement specialists during closed house conditions. They use a continuous monitoring device, which provides hour-by-hour documentation. The device can detect and record if it is moved to a different location, if there is a change in temperature or barometric pressure, and even the presence of a person entering the test area. This helps ensure accurate results.

Homeowners are given the results of their radon testing as a written report.

Homes with high levels of radon can install radon reduction systems. Learn more about how radon, such as how it can enter your home and how you can reduce its levels.