What is radon air testing?
Types of radon test
Why should I test for Radon?
According to EPA, one out of every 15 homes has been found to have higher levels of Radon. Testing with the right equipment is the only way to know if the home is safe for you and your family.
I'm buying a home. What should I do?
If you feel comfortable trusting the seller’s previous test results, there are certain things to watch out for including: when the test was conducted, who conducted the test, where the test was conducted in the home, and any changes to the HVAC system.
Otherwise, you can hire a professional home inspector to conduct this test for you!