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Radon Testing to protect your family
Radon testing is the only way to know for sure if your home has high levels of radon. If your home tests positive for radon, there are a variety of mitigation strategies that can be used to reduce the levels of radon gas in your home. Radon Mitigation systems work to remove radon from the air before it has a chance to enter your home. The professional, certified radon specialists at Radon’t Radon Mitigation will assess your individual radon concerns and needs of your property and make a recommendation.
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Choosing Radon’t Mitigation Services is the best way to ensure that your home will be mitigated of harmful radon gas. You can sleep easy knowing certified professionals have helped make your home’s indoor air safer.
Charcoal Radon Test Kit
More accurate and sensitive than other brands’ charcoal radon test kits.
QuickScreen is a charcoal radon test kit used for screening (48-96 hours) that includes ideal for initial screening when a fast turnaround is critical.
Rapidos 10-90 Days
Short Term Radon Test Kit
The Rapidos is a short-term radon test that will monitor between 10 to 90 days. It provides the convenience of a short-term test with the benefits of a long-term test. This extremely accurate alpha track test will take into account all of the daily fluctuations in radon and provide an average concentration. Rapidos is not susceptible to traditional short-term detector humidity vulnerabilities. It is one of the most environmentally friendly short-term radon tests in the industry.
Radtrak³ 90-365 Days
Long Term Radon Test Kit
The Radtrak³ is a long-term test that will monitor between 90 days and 1 full year. This extremely accurate test will take into account all of the daily fluctuations in radon levels and provide a true average concentration, minimizing the potential for a false high, or worse yet, a false low reported result. With superior sensitivity, it is one the most environmentally friendly radon tests in the industry.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT RADON TESTING
Radon is invisible, tasteless and odorless, but this doesn't mean that it's not a problem in your home! According to the EPA, breathing radon gas can be quite harmful if high enough levels exist indoors. Radon gas causes approximately 21,000 deaths per year in the United States and is second only to smoking for causing lung cancer.
Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas that comes from the breakdown of uranium in our soil. It typically moves up through cracks and other holes in your foundation to enter homes through walls or floors--where it can build up inside any room!
The risk for radon exposure increases as you get closer towards or below ground level, but even radon in a basement or crawl space can move upward.
Radon doesn't have any noticeable scent or taste. It's colorless and tasteless which makes it hard to detect. The only way to know for sure if there is radon present and how high the levels are is to conduct a radon test.