How Radon Testing works:

Radon gas has no smell or color so a test must be done to detect it. We set up a Radon monitoring device in the lowest occupied level of the home and left untouched for 48 hours. At this time the device will identify how much Radon is in the area of the home. Radon levels in the average home are about 1.25 picocuries/liter of air (pCi/L). If a radon test discloses levels of 4 pCi/L or greater, then we highly recommend Radon mitigation be done immediately. Following this testing process a detailed report will be emailed directly to you.

Note: Credit fees apply