SmartCrawl provides radon testing for your home and business, primarily serving Indianapolis and Central Indiana. Radon is an environmental carcinogen that can inhabit your space without warning. High levels of Radon exposure have been linked to many health risks including Lung Cancer.
Many schools, companies, churches, and homes in Indianapolis have been found to contain dangerously high amounts of radon. View the Radon Fact Sheet from the Indiana State Department of Health.
Our team of professionals offer affordable and non-invasive Radon testing to identify high levels of this natural gas in your home and business.
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The easiest way to assess the radon levels in your house is to conduct short-term radon testing. Any of the following methods can be used to conduct this type of testing in a few days:
Long-term radon testing, which lasts 90 days or more, can provide you a better picture of your home’s radon levels over a period of months. SmartCrawl can provide you with more complete results by using electret ion detectors or ion track detectors. The following are some of the primary advantages of long-term radon testing:
If the levels of radon in your house are higher than the EPA’s recommended limit of 4.0 after testing, SmartCrawl will advise you on how to lower them. Schedule your radon testing today and let us help you safeguard your family!
Our number one priority is to keep the homes and businesses of Central Indiana safe and secure.
Most of our services include a 25 year warranty so you know our quality work will last.
Routine check ups & maintenance will ensure your crawlspace stays safe.
No gimmicks or sales pressure, just free estimates to know where your home stands.
According to the World Health Organization, radon causes 15 percent of the world’s lung cancer cases and kills 20,000 people each year. Lung cancer kills more people each year than the other top cancers combined. It also receives the least amount of funding, because many people believe it’s a self-induced disease.
For those 20,000 non-smokers who haven’t spent extensive time around smokers, radon related lung cancer is far from self-induced. Radon induced lung cancer kills one person every 25 minutes, putting radon in the company of arsenic, asbestos and benzene as a Class-A Carcinogen.