Important! During the radon test.
- Do not touch, bump, move, or otherwise interact with the testing box.
- If the house is occupied, go about your normal routine, except as follows:
- Keep exterior doors and windows closed (as you would in winter).
- Leave the HVAC set as it would be set normally in an occupied house.
- Leave ceiling fans off.
We do take payment up front to schedule the radon test.
If cancelled one business day before, radon test is 100% refundable.
You can pay with a debit/credit card (Visa, Mastercard, or Discover) over the phone or online from the invoice.
Price is per radon test.
Price includes testing and reporting. Each test will be one location in the house.
An order that includes Radon will have a total of 2 trip fees.
Radon test will be set in the lowest, finished, living area of the house.
Radon reports/results are sent to whomever paid for them.
They can authorize us to release them to additional people.
We will answer general questions and questions about results (but we will not release results).
Example: We can’t answer “Did the test pass?” or “Did it come back over the limit?” but we will answer “My house tested at 5, is that over the limit?” or “My house tested over the limit, what do we do?”.
According to the CDC, “Radon is a colorless, tasteless, odorless, radioactive gas”. The CDC also says “High levels of dissolved radon are found in the groundwater in some areas flowing through granite”; however, it also says “Showering, washing dishes, and laundering can disturb the water and release radon gas into … Continue reading Radon Water Testing
We do need inside the home to set and pick up the test. If the house is listed with an agent, we will arrange access with them. Otherwise, we will need someone home, or access to a lockbox, spare key, door code, etc. Do not touch, bump, move, or otherwise … Continue reading Radon Testing: Do we need to be home