Our testing process for radon uses state of the art continuous radon monitors. These monitors take multiple air samples per hour for a two day period. These levels are then averaged and reported in a measurement called pico curies per liter. The results need to be under 4.0 pCi/L in order to be considered a safe level.
In order to receive the most accurate test results, you should adhere to the following Closed House Conditions Protocol: