Associated with more than 20,000 lung cancer deaths annually, radon is a serious national health concern. The EPA recommends that every home be tested for radon, and any home with a concentration of above 4 pCi/L have radon mitigation systems installed.
The only way to know your radon levels are by testing.
Certified Professional Radon Testing Services
Average Pricing: $125-$165 depending on location – view sample invoice
The Radon Pros offers radon testing which can give you a very accurate understanding of the radon levels within your home. Most of our tests involve Alpha track or Charcoal canisters for use with real estate transactions. We also have the ability to do CRM (Continuous Radon Monitor) testing if desired. Our professional testing is a simple, three step process:
- Contact The Radon Pros to schedule 2 meetings.
- The first meeting: The Radon Pros sets up the tests in your house in an appropriate area.
- The second visit: The Radon Pros arrive to collect & mail out the test to a third party lab.
Purchase Homeowner Radon Testing Kits
Flat Pricing: $29 + $6.00 shipping per test kit
We strive to make radon testing affordable and readily available to our local community. Our homeowner test kits come complete with instructions and pre-paid lab fees with shipping back to the lab. Short term 2-4 day radon in air test kits.
Our Local Radon Levels
Our region has higher than average radon levels due to our bedrock and various soil conditions. View the New York State radon map here.
Continuous Radon Monitor Testing
The Radon Pros offers CRM testing, and often same day radon testing appointments are available for this kind of testing. CRM testing will give you a partial picture of what the radon levels in your home are like, but they will not give you a continuous picture of the radon exposure that your home is accustomed to year-round.
Charcoal testing is the most inexpensive test available to test for radon levels. Like CRM testing, it offers a short term glimpse of the radon levels in your home rather than an ongoing picture of environmental changes. Charcoal testing should have multiple tests run during different seasons to check the accuracy and long-term significance of the results.