What is radon? It's a naturally-occurring radioactive gas. It's inert, colorless and odorless - and can cause lung cancer. Radon-related lung cancer kills more than 20,000 people in the U.S. every year and that's why a radon test is important.
Because radon levels can fluctuate, data is collected over 48 to 96 hours to get an accurate, average radon level reading.
Once the test is complete, the radon vials are delivered to Nelson Analytical Labs for accurate testing. Once we receive your results we will immediately email them to you.