Radon gases are dangerous and should be tested for

Radon testing is the most reliable way to find out the level of radon in your home. If testing reveals that your home has a radon problem, our team will focus on mitigating the problem.  Our technician is certified by the National Radon Safety Board (NRSB), the U.S. National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), and the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP), the leading radon certification program in North America.​

Get Accurate Testing Results

For accurate results, we use a Sun Nuclear 48-hour Continuous Radon Monitor that takes a sample every hour for 48 hours and charts the results on an easy-to-read graph. A radon test is done primarily through our third party radon specialist, Thomas Selgrade. Once complete you will receive a report. If the radon levels test high, you will receive a mitigation estimate to assist you in negotiating your home purchase. When bundled with a home inspection, your radon testing price is discounted to $100!

How does radon get in your house?

The radon gas moves from the soil into a home. Although it can seep directly through pores in concrete, the worst entry points are gaps in walls and floors (see picture above). Any house, of any age, in any state, can have elevated radon levels, the EPA warns. It really depends on the way your specific house interacts with the surrounding soil. Your neighbor’s radon level may differ substantially from yours.

Testing your home for radon is the only way to know whether your house is safe.

Our team is ready to serve you in Central Iowa.