Radon Measurement

Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that emanates from the soil and into our homes. Although most exposure to Radon is from natural occurrence, there can be other factors that contribute to higher levels in your house. Since Radon is the leading cause of Lung cancer in non-smokers today, testing for Radon levels in the home as part of a home purchase transaction, is quickly becoming the most popular way to find out about Radon exposure.

If you would like to know if your home is safe from high radon levels, we can help! Our fully certified Radon Measurement Specialist can place monitors in the home as part of our inspection process, making your one-stop-shopping experience all the easier.

Pricing starts at just $179.00 to add on a Radon Measurement as part of your inspection.

Radon Information and Certifications

– NRPP Certification #111283-RT Certified to provide Analytical Services using the following approved devices: RWS BREEZE

– Nick Thruston’s NRPP Profile link (National Radon Proficiency Program) https://nrpp.info/listings/bl-13887.html

– American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST) AARST Member ID: A7218

– “Radon exposure is thought to cause more deaths each year than other household dangers like poisoning, falls, fires, and drowning. Lung cancer caused by radon costs about $2 billion in medical expenses and lost productivity each year.” – CDC’s Radon Fact Sheet

Handbook on Indoor Radon: A Public Health Perspective (2009) World Health Organization