Residential Radon Testing
Residential radon testing is conducted by using a radon detection device to determine the concentration of radon in a home or building. I only use Radalink Aircat continuous radon monitors (CRM) for testing because they are extremely sensitive and accurate. All radon tests through Noble Inspections are certified by Radalink and carry a 120 warranty for all tests that come back with an average radon concentration of 3.9 pCi/L. That means if you have a test conducted prior to purchasing a house that has a certified result of 3.9 pCi/L or less and you have another test conducted within 120 days that reports an average concentration of 4.0 pCi/L or higher, Radalink will help to cover a portion of the mitigation cost.
I am certified as a Radon Testing Technician by the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants and InterNACHI.
With my advanced training and experience along with certified and guranteed test results from Radalink, you can depend on Noble Inspections to provide you with the most accurate information regarding the potential for radon in your home.
I am an independent inspector and only provide testing services. I do not provide radon mitigation services, which means I always provide my clients with completely unbiased opinions and test results.
The Radalink Aircat Advantage
Radalink ensures regular maintenance and calibration.
Radalink’s technical staff reviews all data prior to the release of radon reports.
Radalink Monitors have tilt and power sensors to detect any tampering that would invalidate results.
Radalink Monitors provide hourly readings of radon levels, temperature, humidity and barometric pressure that check for adherence to the protocol and track false highs due to unusually severe weather.
Radalink’s easy-to-read report is emailed to you, in most cases, within an hour of test completion.
A Radalink Radon Monitor in a controlled environment and operated by a certified tester provides the most valid radon results available.