Milwaukee Radon Testing and Surrounding Areas

Looking for radon testing in the Milwaukee area? You can hire a radon professional or a home inspector that is certified to do radon testing. Hiring a professional for the radon test would cost you somewhere between $75-$175. If time is NOT of the essence, the most affordable way to test for Radon is to order a radon test kit from airchek at radon.com. Tests cost about $17.50 and are very easy to conduct. The test comes with a full list of instructions and can be exposed for 3-7 days. Airchek will mail or email you a copy of the results. If radon mitigation is needed, give us a call. A-1 will beat any competitors price by $100. 

Radon Testing Appleton, Green Bay, Milwaukee A-1 Radon

Free Radon Test Green Bay and Appleton area

Don’t be afraid to test for Radon. Give A-1 a call and we can set up a Free Radon Test in your home. 920 639 6542

Radon Testing Real Estate

If you’re in the market to purchase a home, you’re undoubtedly looking for location, curb appeal, square footage, and any number of other features. But don’t forget to consider radon. While a #radon test may be required, there are some things you need to know to understand what that test may reveal.

#1. You can’t see or smell radon. A test is the only way to know how much is in the air.

#2. Tests aren’t that expensive and should be done periodically, especially if you install a dewatering system or the earth has been disturbed in any way.

#3. While 4.0 pCi/L (picocuries per liter) is the EPA recommended level it is completely possible and recommended to get that number as low as possible. Any radon exposure carries risks.

#4. Radon-induced lung cancer in non-smokers is a real condition. Smokers with radon exposure are at even greater risk.

#5. Mitigation is less expensive, faster, and less invasive than you might think but not all mitigation is the same. Choose a reputable company that has a good record, even if it costs you a bit more. Plus, it gives you safe air to breathe and THAT is invaluable.

#6. You should have a post-mitigation test. Make sure the mitigation is actually bringing down your radon levels.

Happy Home Hunting! Let us know if we can help!

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