Waypoint, in association with Radalink (the national leading radon testing resource), will test for radon in your home using our AirCat Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM). The test takes several days to complete and results are uploaded to Radalink for analysis at which point a report is then generated and promptly delivered electronically.
The EPA states that radon levels above 4 pCi/L (picoCuries per liter of air) are considered unsafe and should be lowered through the use of a properly installed mitigation system. Even though the EPA states that no level of radon can be considered safe, the average indoor radon level is estimated to be about 1.3 pCi/L. Even with a mitigation system in place, there will still always be some level of radon in the home.
For more information regarding Radon and it’s concerns, check out the informational PDF below, or visit the EPA’S Radon Information Page.