Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas. test for it.
Radon is pervasive throughout Montana. It has no color, odor or taste. As the Montana Department of Environmental Quality notes: "Unless you test for it, there is no way of telling how much is present."
Radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United states, behind only smoking.
Children are especially susceptible. It kills an estimated 21,000 people per year.
To test for radon I use the Sun Nuclear Continuous Radon Monitor*.
The roughly $900, EPA-verified monitor provides an in-depth report of radon levels
measured over short and long terms.
I also use the Norad Radon Detection System, designed by Envirolabs Incorporated.
Both monitors use sophisticated technology to give you peace of mind.
The monitors I'll use for you.
* Continuous radon monitors are used for testing at homes or buildings that have power or when circumstances allow.
For homes or buildings that lack power for whatever reason, other testing procedures are followed.