Hourly continuous Sun Nuclear monitor
RSSI Alpha Track
Air Chek® Short term test kit
Test your house for $9.00 through radon.utah.gov. If the level is below 4, your house is OK. If the level is 4 or greater, get a Radon system installed.
There are short and long-term radon tests.
A short-term test is defined as a duration from two (2) to ninety (90) days. During a short-term test, for twelve hours before the test and during the test, the windows remain closed. The exterior doors are only opened for quick entry and exit During a short-term test and the swamp cooler, if present, cannot be running. The heating and central air conditioner are run with the fan in automatic mode. The aforementioned conditions are referred to as “closed house” conditions.
A long-term test is a duration of ninety-one (91) days or more. During a long-term test, the house is lived in under normal conditions. We do long-term tests for a fee of $200, using side by side alpha track canisters.
The RSSI alpha tracks can be used for short-term tests ranging in duration from two weeks to three months. This test device is shown at the top of this page in the middle.
A short-term test kit can be purchased from the State of Utah EPA website for under $10. The price includes the laboratory processing fee.
The radon test kits sold at Lowes include the laboratory testing fee.
Home Depot radon kits have an additional $30 processing fee.
We can perform a professional test using an hourly continuous Sun Nuclear monitor. This monitor shows the fluctuations in the radon levels hour by hour.
The cost for an hourly test is $200 for a three-day test.
For your family’s protection, test your house.
The only way to know if your house has elevated radon levels is to test your house.