Radon Testing in St. Louis

According to the EPA, nearly one out of every 15 homes in the U.S. is estimated to have elevated radon levels. Because of the prevalence and risk factors, both the EPA and the Surgeon General recommend that all homes be tested for radon. Radon levels can vary from house to house in a neighborhood, so even if your neighbor has a low level, that doesn't mean your house is safe.

Radon testing is requested during most real estate transactions, but that isn't the only time testing should be done. It is recommended that you test every two years to keep you and your family safe from exposure. If you are planning any major home remodeling or renovation projects, such as finishing a basement, it is important to test for radon before beginning construction. Because major renovations can change radon levels, the EPA recommends testing after work is completed as well.

Advanced Radon Control offers professional radon testing in St. Louis. The test is simple and takes very little time. Our team can test your home and provide results in as little as 24 hours if needed.

It is crucial that proper equipment and protocols are used during testing to ensure accurate results and proper mitigation solutions. Advanced Radon Control uses Continuous Radon Monitors from Sun Nuclear Corporation, which are calibrated according to manufacturers specs to ensure accuracy. These are considered more accurate than passive tests, and test results are immediately available. We also use passive radon measuring devices including charcoal canisters and charcoal pouches that are sent to a lab for analysis.

Contact Us today for more information on radon testing in the St. Louis area.

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Advanced Radon Control is certified by NEHA-NRPP (National Environmental Health Association - National Radon Proficiency Program) and is a member of the AARST (American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists).

Are
you and
your family
in danger?
Radon is an odorless, tasteless and colorless gas created by decaying uranium in the soil that seeps in to your home through your foundation. A simple test will precisely measure your Radon level, determining any potential risks. If further action is warranted, Advanced Radon Control can safely remove the gas from your home.