You performed a radon test once, so you don’t ever need another one, right?
The EPA says to get your home tested for radon every two years.
Settling and new cracks in your foundation, changes in the soil, and other factors contribute to changes in your radon levels. Another factor to consider is whether or not you have finished your basement and now spend more time in it. The only way to know if the amount of radon in your home has changed is to perform a radon test. If you do not test consistently, you could be ignorant of dangerous levels of radon gas in your home. Keep your household safe by knowing the extent of radon in your home. If your levels are high, you can mitigate, and Axium can help. If you don’t know, how can you fix the problem?
It is said that cancer-causing agents have a bigger impact on children. If you have children, it is important to re-test frequently to keep them safe. Because radon is colorless, odorless, and tasteless it is impossible to be aware of the danger unless you know your level of pCi/L (picocurries per liter). Even if you have a radon mitigation system, your levels can change in two years if the system is not working properly or there are rips and tears in your vapor barrier.
When it comes to your safety and that of your family’s, ensuring your home is properly mitigated and your levels are low is of the utmost importance.
Axium Radon and The Radon Testing Company
Get Your Radon Test
Axium Radon Mitigations has now partnered with the NRPP Certified, State-listed company, The Radon Testing Company, for your radon test.
The Radon Testing Company offers an accurate radon test with third-party calibrated, state of the art, electronic-monitoring RadStar machines. Their expertise and easy scheduling will help you know if your radon levels have changed. In turn, you will then be able to address elevated levels if the need is there.