Can I test my own Home? Radon test can be purchased at most home improvement stores, they come with some simple instructions. You must follow them closely to get an accurate measurement, or leave it to a certified Radon professional.  You will get a pre-inspection,  radon test with a CRM, and an explanation of the test results along with a printed report for your records.

Test for Radon? Testing is the only way to know if your family is at risk from Radon.  According to the U.S. Surgeon General Health Advisory," Indoor radon gas is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and breathing it over a prolonged periods can present a significant health risk to families all over the country." So test? of course, we want to know that our family is in the healthiest home we can provide.

What is Radon?     Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas. You cannot see, smell or taste radon, but it could be a big problem in your home. 

Contact us: (612) 968-2260

Radon Reduction System? A Radon Reduction System is designed to remove the radio-active gas (Radon) from below the slab of a home before it can enter the dwelling.  There are several designs for Radon Reduction Systems, a certified person is always recommend for design and Radon Reduction System installation. We are a certified company and will provide documentation upon request.

Individuals who set radon monitors or perform radon mitigation work need to be Licensed in the State of Minnesota.

Clear Choice Home Inspection Services, LLC      License Number  RMITS-00016

This individual is certified for the use of passive measurement devices to be analyzed by NRPP certified Analytical Laboratories and also certified to provide Analytical Services using the Sun Nuclear 1030 CRM.  To confirm validity of this please call (800) 269-4174

ID # 107842 RT  measurement :  ID # 108028 RMT  mitigation

Radon in my new house? ​Radon has been found in homes all over the United States. It comes from the natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water and gets into the air you breathe.  Any home can have a radon problem. This means your new or old home, well-sealed or drafty homes, and homes with or without basements. In fact, your family is subjected to the greatest radon exposure at home. That is where you  spend most of your time.