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oklahoma radon test


When it comes to testing for Radon, most inspectors do not offer this service. My company does. Radon is a colorless and odorless gas that is emitted from the soil. While most of Northeast Oklahoma is in a Zone 1 area (the lowest possible zone), there are 5 counties that are in a Zone 2 area. These counties are Sequoyah, Cherokee, Adair, Deleware and Mayes. Here is a link to the EPA’s Radon Zone Map.

And remember, just because a County is in Zone 1, it doesn’t mean that Radon doesn’t exist. It just means the odds of occurrance are lower. Homes with high levels of Radon have been found in Northeast Oklahoma.


I am a Radon Certified Inspector through the IAC2 organization. While the occurrence of Radon is rare in our area, it’s not impossible. I provide a quick and efficient service to check for this deadly gas.

  • Certified Radon Tester with IAC2
  • Modern Equipment and Expertise To Use It
  • Customer Service Second to None
  • Follow National Testing/Inspection Procedures
  • Detailed Inspection & Reporting
  • Quick Testing & Lab Turnaround


  • How Much Does a Radon Test Cost?

    Typical Radon test start around $150. Travel distance and size of the home can increase the cost. Feel free to give us a call for a more accurate quote.

  • Is Radon Really as Dangereous as You Claim?

    The EPA has published that there are around 20,000 deaths a year from lung cancer caused by Radon. That’s pretty serious in my book! As I look at it, why take the chance when a $150 test can tell you whether or not it’s a problem in the home you’re about to buy?

  • How Long Does It Take to Get the Results Back?

    The test results are available from the lab generally in 24 hours after they receive the canisters. However, the Radon canisters must be located inside the home being tested for 3 to 7 days.

  • What Happens If My Home Comes Back With High Radon Levels?

    If a home’s test results come back showing high levels of Radon, I then suggest a long term test. Radon levels can spike and dip. If the long term test comes back showing high level of Radon, then my recommendation is to contact a Radon remediation contractor. They can install a system to help make your home safe.