Radon Testing Wisconsin
Radon testing is the only way to know with absolute certainty that you have a radon issue. There are a variety of radon tests available for home and business owners. The great thing is that each of these different types of radon testing options has a particular price-point. The variety of price-points allows radon testing to be affordable for anyone concerned. Radon testing can range from $20-$50 for a DIY at-home radon test kit (with lab fees and postage included). Further, professional electronic radon monitor radon tests can range anywhere from $100-$150 depending on the vendor. Lifetime Radon Mitigation offers short-term electronic monitor testing, long-term radon testing, and DIY at-home radon tests as well.
Types of Radon Tests
Our array of Radon Test Monitors delivers dependable results expediently. Moreover, our Long Term Testing methodology accommodates the dynamic of seasonal and environmental conditions, thereby furnishing you with precise findings at modest expenses.
Short term radon tests
Short-term measurements of radon levels offer a momentary glimpse into the concentration of this radioactive gas over a specific interval. Although their accuracy is undeniable, such testing cannot provide a continuous or long-term average throughout the year.
Long term radon tests
Conducting long-term assessments for radon levels represents an invaluable tool for gauging variations in air quality levels throughout the year and ultimately gaining insight into one's respiratory environment.
Why Choose us for Radon Testing?
Customers select us above our competitors because we provide the following:
Radon Testing Companies
There are very few companies that do just radon testing. However, these radon testing companies do exist. For the most part, radon testing is done by either radon mitigation and radon testing companies (companies offering both services) and home inspectors. Home inspection companies complete the vast majority of radon tests administered throughout the country as most individuals test for radon during the course of a real estate transaction.
It is important to consider radon testing no matter where you live. The EPA and Surgeon General explain that radon testing is important in virtually every part of the country. It is a common misconception that some areas or some homes have radon while others do not. Every home has radon, it is just a matter or how high or how low the levels are in that home or structure. Further, it is also a misconception that only some areas have radon. Radon gas is everywhere around us. There are many factors that play into the existence of elevated indoor levels of radon gas, but just knowing those factors is not sufficient enough to determine whether or not the structure has a radon problem. The only sure way to know is to test your home or business for radon. If the radon levels come back at or above 4.0 pCi/L, it is important that you install a radon mitigation system. If your levels are between 2.0 pCi/L and 3.9 pCi/L it is important to consider installing a radon mitigation system. The EPA sets the action level here in the United States at 4.0 pCi/L but the World Health Organization sets that action level at 2.7 pCi/L in other parts of the world. Therefore, many concerned home and business owners consider radon mitigation at 2.0 pCi/L or above.
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Conducting a radon test in your home or business is essential to determine if the radon level is unsafe. Lifetime Radon Mitigation experts are available around the clock to address any concerns or queries. So, why not book a radon test or ask a question today?
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who should do radon testing?
Radon gas is a naturally radioactive element that seeps out of the soil and rock formations around us. This odorless, colorless gas is invisible to the naked eye, yet it poses a significant risk to human health. Therefore, accurate radon testing is essential for anyone who wants to ensure the safety of their living space.
Whether you are a homeowner, a homebuyer or seller, a landlord, a property manager, or a school district, you should take precautions to protect yourself and those around you from the harmful effects of radon exposure. By being proactive and informed, you can safeguard the health of your loved ones and create a safe environment for everyone.
Why do you need to test your home of radon?
As per the latest report by the Wisconsin Department of Health, 40% of homes tested in Wisconsin indicate dangerously high radon levels. The EPA's recommended safe limit of radon levels is less than 4 pCi/L.
However, one should not let their guard down even if the level is below 4, as it could pose a health risk. Radon is invisibly present in homes, and it may take years for any symptoms to appear. Therefore, the most feasible and reliable method to validate any radon presence in your abode is to get it tested.