Radon exposure accounts for as many as 21,000 cases of lung cancer deaths according to the EPA each year in the United States. While radon gas can contaminate any type of building, the home is where people are exposed to it more often and for the longest periods of time. Children and the elderly are the most vulnerable to the threat of radon gas because their immune systems are not as robust as persons aged 15 to 60.
Because radon is colorless, odorless, and otherwise undetectable by the unaided senses, testing and monitoring using specialized equipment are critical. Here at Reliant Radon, our team of trained, experienced and certified radon detection and mitigation professionals are fully equipped to measure for radon in your home and reduce it if elevated.
Testing For Radon In Your Home
The good news is that radon testing is a simple and inexpensive process. Because radon levels fluctuate based on temperature and seasonal changes, it is necessary to perform two types of test, a short term test, and long term monitoring. Our continuous radon monitor test and the charcoal tests deliver reliable and accurate results- after all, we use only the best, highest rated, testing methods available. The EPA recommends testing your home once every two years after radon mitigation. Testing is also recommended after any significant renovation project. Our team of radon detection specialists can ensure accurate detection each and every time.
Residential Radon Mitigation
If radon is detected at elevated levels, removing it from the home is a straightforward process. Following installation of your radon mitigation system, it is recommended to test the home every two years to ensure your radon mitigation system is working properly.
While the silent threat of radon can be terrifying, the methods and means of detection and mitigation are simple, reliable, and effective.
Get in touch today to learn more about Reliant Radon Solutions’ specialized radon detection and removal process. Our team of radon professionals is standing by to answer all of your questions.