Radon is a naturally occurring colorless and odorless gas. The only way to measure radon concentration in your home is to have it tested. The U.S. EPA estimates that there are about 20,000 radon related lung cancer deaths per year.
Virginia and West Virginia EPA Maps of Radon Potential
"The model 1028 continuous radon monitor is intelligently designed to be fully programmable by the user. Its patented electronic detection device for measuring radon gas has been used commercially since 1986. The Sun Nuclear Corporation, Model 1028 is US EPA verified, NEHA-NRPP listed and evaluated and approved by the NRSB for use in real estate transaction testing."
Source: Sun Nuclear Corporation
EPA Regulated Certification
"The National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) serves as the credentialing and certification division of AARST and is recognized as the nation’s leading certification program for radon professionals.
AARST-NRPP Certification is an ongoing effort that requires bi-annual documentation of expertise and performance, representing a high level of skill, knowledge and professionalism."
Fast and Accurate Results
As an NRPP licensed Residential Measurement Provider, each test is treated with the respect it requires. We follow a strict quality assurance program that demands constant duplicate measurements and cross-checks to ensure the accuracy of our machines. Each unit is routinely sent to a laboratory for frequent calibration. We are thoroughly trained and have proven to be proficient at device placement and report analysis.