Special Program for Minnesota Residents
Minnesota Department of Health has teamed up with Radonova to offer significantly discounted radon test kits to MN residents.
With discounts up to 50% off, testing your home with highly accurate alpha track detectors has never been more affordable.
Our Radon Test Kits:
Short Term Detector: Rapidos
10+ Days Test
10+ day alpha track detector that provides accurate readings in a shorter deployment period. The integrated measurement is far more reliable than the common 2-3 day test.
Promo Code: MN4RAPIDOS
Take 15% off your order.
About The Process of Testing and About RadOnline
We will ship the detectors to you with instructions. Orders placed prior to 12:00 pm CT ship same day (excluding holidays and weekends); orders placed after 12:00 pm ship next business day. Once the testing is complete, mail them back to us with the prepaid label.
There are no additional lab fees, report fees or any hidden fees. Our Radtrak³ and Rapidos tests kit come with a prepaid mailing label to return to the laboratory.
Upon receiving your test, our laboratory will complete processing within a few business days.
Upon completion, your radon test analysis report will be mailed to you and available online at RadOnline.You can log in at any time to RadOnline and using your commission number and password to retrieve a copy of your report.
Yes! We explain everything in the report and make recommendations based on your results.
On your report, there is a lot of information. The detector number(s), location information, and your results. The main bit of information to look at is your Average Radon Concentration. This is the radon level recorded during the time the test kit was deployed. Next to that number there will be a +/- number called the standard deviation. This number is the variance in which your radon level may have fluctuated. It will always be a small number and have little to no impact on your average radon concentration. Any decisions on fixing a radon level should be made solely on your average level.
The US and Canada have each set a guideline for exposure to radon and in the US it is 4.0 pCi/l and in Canada the level is 200 Bq/m3.
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Recommended Placement of Radon Detectors
Our radon tests are highly accurate and easy to use, but placement is important for getting correct readings. Making a mistake could give you a false negative reading, letting you believe you're breathing in safe air while you're actually inhaling unsafe levels of radon. Placement mistakes rarely create false positive readings, but it could be possible if you place the test in too small of an area in an unoccupied basement or too close to a known radon source like an unsealed sump well.