Test Your Home For Radon

 

The only way to tell how much radon is in your home is to test for it. By testing your home for radon, you are taking a step toward a healthier indoor environment for you and your family.
 
Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among nonsmokers. With a small donation, the American Lung Association in Illinois will provide to you ONE radon test kit to test your home.  Donations will be used to fund qualified clinical, basic science, and behavioral lung health research as well as radon outreach and awareness programs throughout Upper Midwest.

 

Test Kit Purchase Options


The American Lung Association in Illinois offers two (2) types of radon testing devices. Please read the use descriptions carefully and then select the type of test kit you need for your home.

 
AirCheck Short Term Radon Test Kits:

  • Should be used if you are doing a radon test for the first time
  • Should be used if you have done a short-term measurement before that reported elevated levels and you need to conduct a second verification test
  • Last 2-7 days in length

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RSSI Long-Term Radon Test Kits:

  • Should be used if you have done a short-term measurement before that reported low or elevated levels and you would like to conduct a second test provides an average over a longer period
  • Last 3-12 months in length
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