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Radon Test Kits

Radon Gas Testing Supplies

The health risk of radon gas exposure increases every year that goes by without testing. Radon test kids can be purchased at hardware or home improvement stores, or you can hire a professional radon tester to collect a sample from your home or workplace. After determining the level of radon gas in your home or workplace, contact SWAT Environmental to mitigate unsafe levels of radon (at or exceeding 4.0 pCi/L). We will recommend the best radon mitigation system based on your radon level reading and other structural considerations.

How It Works

Time needed: 7 days

How to test your home for radon.

  1. Buy a radon test kit.

    You can purchase a test kit from your local hardware or home improvement store.

  2. Follow the radon testing instructions included with the test kit.

    This typically takes from 3 to 7 days.

  3. Package and mail the test kit to the lab for analysis.

    Instructions will be included in the kit.

  4. Wait for lab analysis.

    If the test kit is received by the lab Monday – Friday, same day analysis and reporting are available.

  5. Examine radon test results.

    Your radon test results are available by mail, fax or email.

  6. If necessary, request a radon mitigation quote from SWAT Environmental.

    If the radon levels of your test results measure 4.0 pCi/L or higher, the EPA strongly recommends a radon mitigation system be installed in your home.

Learn More About Radon Mitigation

Although radon gas exposure can be deadly, discovering and addressing a risk early is critical to protecting you, your family and friends. Radon mitigation services are available for residential, commercial, and real estate professionals. SWAT Environmental offers a free no obligation quote.

Call 800-667-2366 today.

Check Your Radon Test Results

Radon testing is an incredibly important part of the mitigation process. If you have already had your home tested and you have your testing kit results, take action immediately if your levels measure 4.0 pCi/L or higher.

Educate yourself on the effects of radon, and learn more about our radon resources.