AZ Radon Pros (Glendale Arizona Radon Professionals) provides a free radon test kit for everyone living in Glendale Arizona!
Radon is a colorless and odorless gas, very dangerous for your health! The only way to find out if your house in Glendale Arizona has radon, is to test it. Testing your home for Radon is pretty easy and it is even free with AZ Radon Pros!
Order your Free Radon Test Kit! We deliver the kit to your house with the instructions. You test your house, send to the laboratory and you will have your results in less than one week!
If your house has dangerous level of radon, AZ Radon Pros will visit you and provide a free quote for radon mitigation. Safety is the most important value for your family!
You may use this test during any season, as long as closed building conditions can be maintained. All external doors, windows, and vents should be kept closed from 12 hours before starting the test until the end of the test. You don’t need to change your normal entry and exit routines, just make sure you close the door behind you..
After calling an expert company like us, we will visit your house and evaluate the best solution to mitigate the radon. The most common approaches are active soil depressurization (ASD) and mechanical ventilation (MV). Reliable techniques exist for reducing radon levels in homes. Experience with radon mitigation systems has developed to the point that virtually any home can be fixed.
Order a FREE Glendale Arizona Radon test kit and easily check your house! It takes only few days to find out if you have radon in your house in Glendale Arizona. You can order a free test kit on our website and it will be shipped free of charge to your home in Glendale Arizona. Remember that 1 test kit is enough for roughly up to 1,000 square feet. If your house in Glendale Arizona is larger, you will need to order more kits.
Testing your home for radon is easy and doesn't cost very much. You can test for radon yourself or hire a professional to do it for you. If you rent your home, ask your landlord to get it tested. There are 2 main types of radon test kits.
Start with a short-term test.