Know, with confidence, that your family is safe from radon.
The recommended action level set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is 4.0 pCi/L and above. The EPA has found nearly 1 out of 15 homes in the United States to have radon levels above this action level.
It doesn’t matter if the home is old or new construction, or if it is well maintained or under maintained. High radon levels can be found in any type of home. Know, with confidence, that your family is safe from radon.
Radon gas can be detected through a simple, low cost test and should take only a few minutes of your time.
Why use the Radon Diva to test your home? Our knowledgeable and professional team cares about your family’s health, and we value your time.
Radon Diva’s credentials:
• Each team member is licensed by the State of Ohio.
• Each team member follows the protocols outlined in the Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan approved by Ohio’s Department of Health.
• Radon Diva uses continuous radon monitors which are certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). These radon monitors track real-time variations of radon concentrations by measuring once per hour during the testing period.
Contact the Radon Diva today by calling (513) 561-8378 or by completing the form to the right!
Once the radon testing device is set, it stays in your home for 48 hours. The set-up takes less than 15 minutes. When scheduling your radon test, a Radon Diva team member will walk you through the testing process, including the few simple steps that need to be taken prior to the beginning of the radon testing period.
Renovating? A radon test before and after a renovation is recommended. This includes new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), new windows, weatherization efforts, addition or removal of powered vents, finishing an unfinished basement, new siding, or a new roof.
Has it been 2 years since your last radon test? Radon levels fluctuate due to weather conditions and house conditions. Because of this, the EPA recommends that all homeowners test their homes every 2 years to ensure that radon levels stay below the action level of 4.0 pCi/L.