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Radon Testing Methods

There is a great deal of testing opportunities available for assessing the level of radon gas in a residence. Each method comes with its own pros and cons, associated costs, and more. Instead of describing them in full, we have compiled a chart that organizes all of this data for you. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to reach out.

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It is critical that you follow all of the guidelines listed below during testing in order to provide reliable results:

Radon Testing Guidelines

  • You should always follow “closed-home” conditions when trying to collect an accurate reading which involves:
  • Keeping all exterior windows and doors shut, including the main entrance and exits when possible
  • Ceiling fans should remain off, in other words air circulation should remain minimal
  • No fresh air should be added to the environment which means the “fresh air” setting on affected air-cooling units should not be used
  • Air-conditioning systems should only be used to recycle indoor air
  • The radon test should always be placed in the lowest occupied space. That is, it should always be in a room that is frequently occupied yet located at one of the lower levels of the home.
  • The test device or kit should always remain:
  • 3 feet from exterior windows or doors
  • 20 inches above the floor
  • 4 inches from any nearby objects
  • 12 inches from the ceiling for hang-type devices
  • In a place where it will not be disturbed
  • Out of direct sunlight
  • Away from hot or warm surfaces
  • Away from drafts or locations with excess humidity