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Radon Testing Kit Store

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that can negatively impact your indoor air quality and your health. You can't see or smell it. Radon can build up inside your home to dangerous levels. Exposure to high levels of radon can cause lung cancer. The only way to know if your home has high levels of radon is to test. Testing is easy and inexpensive.

There are two types of test kits available:

Short-Term Radon Test Kits

(3-7 days in length)

  • Testing for radon for the first time.
  • You have done a short-term measurement before that reported elevated levels and you need to conduct a second verification test.
  • A mitigation system was recently installed in your home and you need to do a follow-up test to confirm your radon levels are low.
  • Your home already has a mitigation system and you want to verify your radon levels are low and confirm the mitigation system is working properly.
  • Place test kit in lowest live-able area in home.
  • Suggestions: one kit per foundation type; Test every 2 years even if you have a mitigation system; Test after major renovations

Long-Term Radon Test Kits

(3-12 months in length)

  • You have done a short-term measurement before that reported low or elevated levels and you would like to conduct a second test for verification.
  • You would like to know your what your radon level is as an average over a longer period.
  • Place test kit in lowest live-able area in home.
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Want more information on radon?

Visit www.Lung.org/radon or call at 1-800-325-1245.

*Short-term and long-term radon kits are not for sale in all states. New Jersey residents can obtain test kits from state laboratories.

For residents of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, or Vermont short-term radon kits can be purchased from our Northeast store.