Certified Professional Radon Testing in Pennsylvania 

Eager Lab Assistants, LLC offers radon gas measurements for homes, real estate transactions, workplaces and schools.

  • Certified to perform a Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM) - calibrated annually and proven to be the most accurate short-term radon testing in the industry - tamper-resistant and providing results in 72-90 hours.
  • Pennsylvania DEP (#3255) 
  • National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) Radon Measurement Specialist (17SS081)

CRM Radon Testing Steps:

Step 1: Contact Us For An Appointment

Our Radon Gas Measurement Specialist will schedule a visit at a time that's convenient for you to set up the Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM).

Step 2: Installation
The appointment itself should take about five (5) minutes. During this time, we'll find the best location for CRM placement and take a few moments to explain the required conditions that will produce accurate test results.

Step 3: Followup to Determine Results

During the second meeting, the specialist will collect the CRM and provide you with your results.

Call 1-610-223-3371 or fill out the form below for an appointment and quote today!

Service Areas: Berks, Lancaster, Lebanon, York and Dauphin Counties
  • Radon is a radioactive gas that is present throughout soil and rocks which often migrates into homes and other buildings through basements, slabs, and foundations. Once in the home, the radon can build up to high concentrations resulting in a radiation exposure to the occupants. 
  • The harmful health effects of radon arise from the radioactive particles emitted from radon and its decay progeny and settles in the lungs, where radon attaches to the surface of the lungs and emits its radioactive particles. It is these radioactive particles that can impact the lungs and cause lung cancer.
  • Estimated lung cancer deaths per year in Pennsylvania due to residential radon exposure is between 860-3,800.
  • An estimated 40% of PA homes have radon levels greater than the EPA guideline of 4 pCi/l and 49 of 67 counties have a predicted average indoor level greater than 4 pCi/l.
  • Pennsylvania has one of the most serious radon problems in the United States and only ~10% of homes have been tested. Test your home today!