Get a Radon Test
Radon is an odourless and colorless gas that comes from uranium decaying in the ground. It is found in every building and everywhere outside, at all times.
"Each year, more people die of lung cancer than of colon, breast, and prostate cancers combined."
- American Cancer Society
Radon is The Second Leading Cause of Lung Cancer
Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Second only to smoking, it accounts for 20,0000 deaths in the U.S. each year. Roughly "85% of radon-induced lung cancer deaths are among smokers."
Any level above outdoor levels of radon, which are between .135 and .405 pCi/L, increases the risk of lung cancer.
We Reccomend Taking Action if Radon in Your Home is Higher than 2.0 pCi/L?
The EPA's recommended level of Radon at which action should be taken is 4.0 pCi/L. However radon levels below this level still pose a risk, and a home between 2.0 pCi/L and 3.9 pCi/L should still be fixed.
Radon Gas Levels in Florida
The World Health Organization recommends that mitigation take place at 2.7 pCI/L or higher.
On average homes in Florida are below the 2 pCi/L level.
But keep in mind that anything above radon levels outside, increases the risk of lung cancer.
DIY vs. Pro Radon Testing
DIY testing can save you some time and money if you simply want to know if a radon problem exists, but you run a 99% probablility of getting an inaccurate radon reading.
If you need test results for a real estate transaction, or want to be confident you are getting an accurate measure and intend to take action in the even that levels are high... you will be happy you went the professional route.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Tests
We test for more than radon.
We Test for Mold, Allergens, Chemicals & Pathogens
To improve your overall air quality, we can test for pollens, pet dander, dust mites, bacteria, viruses, VOCs, and other contributors to poor indoor air quality.
We can then write up protocols and make recommendations for the best way to ensure you have fresh outdoor air to breathe inside your home, long-term.
Will Insurance Pay for Radon Mitgation?
We are pulbic claims adjusters, and have won clients millions of dollars in insurance claims, but unforutnately, no home owners insurances cover indoor radon gas mitigation.
However if you are buying a property, you can often get the seller to pay to mitgate high levels of radon gas.
90-Day Radon Test
Included w/ Mold Inspection
The most accurate test is a 90+ Day Test.
Contact us for your test kit.