Radon gas is a colorless, odorless, naturally occurring gas that is formed from the breakdown of uranium deposits in the rocks and soil under your home.
Our radon tests are performed by using both Charcoal Canisters and continuous monitoring systems. The monitors are placed in the proper location for at least 48 hours. It measures the radon level hourly and averages the results for the duration of the test. At the conclusion of the test, we print out an easy to read line graph that clearly shows the hourly results and average concentrations of radon in your home.
Radon Gases vary within our states, see the map below: