Radon gas is an odorless, colorless, naturally occurring radioactive gas. It is found in most every home, but the question is: How much is in your home? Elevated levels lead to an increased risk of lung cancer. In fact, it is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, right behind smoking.
The only way to determine the level of Radon gas in your home is to conduct proper testing. We use state of the art Continuous Radon Measurement (CRM) equipment in conjunction with EPA established protocols and guidelines to measure the levels of radon in your home. Upon conclusion of the measurement period, we analyze the data in our New York State approved lab (ELAP ID 11927) to determine if you and your family are at increased risk.
To ensure you are provided with the most accurate measurements possible, we adhere to a strict set of standards in maintaining our testing equipment. In so doing, our equipment is routinely calibrated by a third party vendor and continually control tested in our own lab. We do all this to ensure you are provided with the most accurate results possible.