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Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can seep into our homes through gaps and cracks in walls or floors, as well as through well water. Radon is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that has been found to be the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.

Therefore, it is crucial to ensure that radon levels in residential homes are frequently checked to ensure a safe living environment, which is why our team at True Air Technologies offers residential radon testing.

Why Radon Testing?

Residential radon gas testing is a critical step in ensuring that your home is safe to live in. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), all homes, regardless of their location, should be tested for radon every two years.

If your home was recently built or renovated, or if you have done any extensive excavation work around your home, it is essential to have the radon levels tested, as this can sometimes disturb the soil around your home and increase radon levels within the environment.

Residential radon testing is the process of measuring the concentration of radon gas in the air inside a residential home. The common method of testing that our team uses is the Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM). One of our specialists will ensure that the CRM is placed in an ideal location in your home and inform you of the requirements needed. We will also print your results on the spot so that you can get fast and accurate results.

Why Choose True Air Technologies?

At True Air Technologies, we provide residential radon testing services in Greenville, SC, as well as the surrounding areas. Our testing helps homeowners identify any potential health hazards posed by high levels of radon in their homes. We are committed to providing high-quality residential radon testing services, and our team of experts ensures that every home they test is done accurately and efficiently.

Contact us at True Air Technologies today to schedule your residential radon gas testing appointment.