Figuring out your home's radon levels can be a daunting task. Should I use a charcoal or alpha test kit? What's more accurate? How long do I need to test for?
Today's technology allows us to monitor our home consistently, using the same technology that exists in the fancier tests that a home inspector or radon specialist may set up. These devices allow continuous monitoring and are cheaper than hiring someone to conduct a 48-hour test.
Check out the devices we use and recommend below!
Corentium Home Radon Detector by Airthings
The most basic home radon testing device for the not-so-tech-savy. This battery operated device shows a short-term and long-term average. Move it around your house and collect data on every room! #ad
Airthings 2930 Wave Plus
Behold, the Airthings Wave Plus! This at home radon monitor doesn't just detect radon. Carbon dioxide, VOCs (volatile organic compounds), temperature, humidity and air pressure are all recorded. View your radon test and air quality data from your phone with this device. #ad
Airthings 4200 House Kit
This kit provides everything you'll need to test your home radon levels, VOCs, temperature, humidity, and mold! This device is a great option for keeping an eye on your indoor air quality. #ad
Airthings 292 Wave Mini
While this device doesn't monitor your radon, it is a cheaper option for monitoring indoor air quality. Check you VOC levels, temperature and humidity all from your phone! #ad
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