As recommended by Health Canada to obtain an accurate measurement of the radon in the air, representing the average annual exposure, it is always better to make a long-term measure.
Our certified by the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program Team (C-NRPP) provides you with a test kit for $ 90 an instrument or $ 140 for two analysis, shipping and handling included instruments.
In general, a long-term measurement of radon can be spread from 90 days to one year. In addition, the device must be installed in the lowest where you spend at least 4 hours a day upstairs.
The short-term measures only indicate a potential for exposure to radon, and therefore may produce unstable results due to changing climatic conditions. Thus, the longer the test, the more likely it is to provide a representative average.
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