Short-term Radon Test Kits

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Short-term Radon Test Kits

Test Your Home for Radon with a short-term radon test kit!

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Why should you test your home?

Next to smoking, scientists believe that radon is associated with more lung cancer deaths than any other carcinogen. Since you can't see or smell radon, testing is the only way to determine a home's radon level.

1 in 4 homes tested in Nevada has elevated levels of Radon. Some areas have a higher potential for elevated radon levels. The only way to know if you have elevated levels of radon in your home is to test for it.

About us

The Nevada Radon Education Program (NREP), a part of the University of Nevada, Reno Extension, is supported by the EPA and Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health, and was instituted in late 2007 to educate the citizens of Nevada about the radon health risk.

NREP's goals are to educate Nevadans about the health risks of radon, encourage homeowners to test their homes for radon, fix radon problems, build new homes with radon-resistant new home construction techniques (RRNC) and test for radon when buying real estate. NREP offers literature, educational programs and radon test kits in most county Extension offices across the state.

This order is for an $11 short-term test kit plus $5 for shipping.