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  • Bacterial contamination causes severe digestive problems, fever, nausea, diarrhea and sometimes even death. According to the EPA, total coliform and E. coli bacteria testing is recommended twice a year.

    Our simple do-it-yourself test identifies dangerous bacteria in 48 hours. Optional lab analysis is available, which indicates the exact count and type of bacteria present.

    PRO-LAB’s Bacteria in Water Test Kit utilizes patented EPA approved laboratory analytical method for accuracy and reliability.

    Optional $30.00 Lab Fee Required for finding out what type of Bacteria is present in the water.

    • Adheres to wall or door
    • Spot turns gray or black when CO is present
    • Spot returns to original color when air is clean
    • Lasts for three months once opened
    • Laboratory tested for accuracy
    • Accurate and reliable results
    • Can also be used in boats, aircraft and RVs and more!

    Once you have tested your home or office, you can then make any changes necessary to protect you and your family from further exposure to carbon monoxide. If you have any questions, please call PRO-LAB at 954-384-4446 to speak with an environmental testing specialist.

    What is Carbon Monoxide?

    Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, and colorless gas which is caused by incomplete combustion of fossil fuels from

    Gasoline

    Kerosene

    Natural Gas

    Butane

    Propane

    Fuel oil, wood or coal and any other type of fuel.

    It is estimated that carbon monoxide causes as many as 1,000 deaths per year in the United States.

    Carbon monoxide gas can be emitted by

    • Fire places
    • Gas heaters
    • Gas stoves
    • Gas or oil furnaces
    • Wood, coal or gas dryers
    • Gas barbeques

    Recommended test areas are: homes, kitchens, furnace areas, garages, cars, RVs, campers, boats,airplanes,wood stoves, fireplaces, space heaters and water heaters. Caution: The sensor button will be damaged by halogens, ammoniac and nitrous gases. Keep away from cleaners, solvents and other contaminants. Harsh direct sunlight will bleach out sensor button and shorten useful life.

    Order a test kit today and breathe easier knowing that you are safe!

    • Do you have a gas or oil burning furnace in your home or office?
    • Do you have a working fireplace?
    • Do you have a gas clothes dryer?
    • Do you have a gas or oil burning water heater?
    • Do you have a kerosene, gas, or oil burning space heater?
    • Do you or someone you know start their automobile in the garage with the door closed?

    If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then you and your family are at risk of suffocating to death by INVISIBLE and ODORLESS CARBON MONOXIDE GAS!

    What is Carbon Monoxide?

    Carbon Monoxide is a lethal gas produced in normal amounts whenever you use an appliance which burns a combustible fuel. Combustible fuels include gas, oil, kerosene, charcoal and wood. When proper ventilation of appliances becomes blocked, carbon monoxide concentrations build up inside your home and become deadly.

    Because carbon monoxide is invisible, tasteless and odorless, its victims may never know there is something wrong until it’s too late. It often takes the lives of whole families. Children and the elderly are the first to be overcome along with pets. Over 2,500* people in the United States will die each year of carbon monoxide poisoning and over 10,000 will be hospitalized.

    Most victims who lose consciousness may be left with permanent brain damage, mental and speech disorders, vision and hearing impairments, seizures, coma or death.

    Why Should I Worry?

    Carbon Monoxide quickly replaces vital oxygen in the blood which results in suffocation from the inside out. It could take as little as 3 minutes, depending on the level of concentration. Since you cannot see, hear, taste or smell carbon monoxide, the only way to protect your family is to recognize the symptoms and install a carbon monoxide detector.

    Symptoms to watch for:

    • headaches, drowsiness, dizzineess an confusion
    • nausea, vomiting and rapid heartbeat
    • unconsciousness, coma and death
    • everyone in the house is feeling ill at the same time
    • it feels as though you have the flu Common Causes of In-Home Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
    • Malfunctioning or improperly vented heaters and furnaces
    • Blocked passageways in chimneys and flues
    • Paint removers which contain methylene chloride and which the body absorbs and converts to carbon monoxide
    • Depressurization in the house (“backdraft”).

    Understanding the Meaning of CO Concentrations

    • 9 ppm (0.0009%) Maximum allowable concentration for short term exposure in a living area
    • 35 ppm (0.0035%) Maximum allowable concentrations for continuous exposure in any 8-hour period
    • 400 ppm (0.04%) Frontal or slight headaches within 1-2 hours becoming life threatening after 3 hours
    • 800 ppm (0.08%) Dizziness, nausea and convulsions within 45 minutes. Unconsciousness within 2 hours. Death within 2-3 hours.
    • 1600 ppm (0.16%) Headache, dizziness and nausea within 20 minutes. Death within 1 hour.
    • 3200 ppm (0.32%) Headache, dizziness and nausea in 5-10 minutes. Death within 30 minutes.
    • 6400 ppm (.64%) Headache, dizziness and nausea 1-2 minutes. Death within 10-15 minutes. 12800 ppm (1.28%) Death within 1-3 minutes.
  • Our 2-Person Premium Backpack Survival Kit comes with everything you need to be prepared if caught outside your home. All of our multi-person kits also include our 4-in-1 Dynamo Radio Flashlight that never needs batteries. Every disaster kit we sell contains a minimum of 3 days’ worth of food and water (the same supplies used by disaster relief agencies). Anything perishable has a 5-year shelf life from the date of manufacture- 4X longer than average supermarket supplies. What’s more, we’ll keep track of the remaining life of your supplies and alert you when it’s time to replenish perishable items. Kits available for any size family.

    Kit Contents:
    2 3600-Calorie Emergency Food Bars – 3 Days @ 1200 cal./Day, 5-Year Shelf Life*
    16 Aqua Blox Emergency Drinking Water – 3 Days @ 18.0 oz./Day, 5-Year Shelf Life*
    1 Dynamo Radio & Flashlight – Crank Powered 3-LED, AM/FM Radio & Cell Phone Charger
    1 Swiss Army Style Knife – 16 functions including knifes and screwdrivers
    2 Emergency Mylar Blankets – Designed to reflect 90% of your body heat
    2 Cyalume Green Light Sticks – 12 hours of light in an instant*
    2 Emergency Ponchos with Hoods – Protect yourself from the rain
    1 5-in-1 Survival Whistle – Contains a compass and lanyard
    2 Dust Masks – Prevents dust and germ inhalation
    2 Tissue Packs – Help maintain sanitary conditions
    2 Ultra Body Warmers – 24 hours of heat in an instant*
    1 34-Piece Premium First Aid Kit – Comprehensive kit packaged in a hard plastic case*
    20 Water Purification Tablets – Each tablet will purify up to 1 liter of water*
    40 Waterproof Matches – Light after getting wet
    1 Signal Mirror – Alert people of your presence
    12 Fire Start Sticks – Easy to start fires with in bad conditions
    2 Out-of-State Contact Cards – Keep track of loved ones and important numbers
    1 Packaged in Heavy Duty 5-Pocket Hiker’s Red/Black Backpack.

    * Items expire 5 years from the date of manufacture.

    Does your Backpack Emergency Kit include expired items? Instead of having to buy a whole new kit, save money and purchase our 2-Person Backpack Refresh Kit that contains all the items you need to bring your kit back up to date.

  • Our 4-Person Premium Camo Backpack Survival Kit comes with everything you need to be prepared if caught outside your home. All of our multi-person kits also include our 4-in-1 Dynamo Radio Flashlight that never needs batteries. Every disaster kit we sell contains a minimum of 3 days’ worth of food and water (the same supplies used by disaster relief agencies). Anything perishable has a 5-year shelf life from the date of manufacture- 4X longer than average supermarket supplies. What’s more, we’ll keep track of the remaining life of your supplies and alert you when it’s time to replenish perishable items. Kits available for any size family.

    Kit Contents:
    4 3600-Calorie Emergency Food Bars – 3 Days @ 1200 cal./Day, 5-Year Shelf Life*
    32 Aqua Blox Emergency Drinking Water – 3 Days @ 18.0 oz./Day, 5-Year Shelf Life*
    1 Dynamo Radio & Flashlight – Crank Powered 3-LED, AM/FM Radio & Cell Phone Charger
    1 Swiss Army Style Knife – 16 functions including knifes and screwdrivers
    4 Emergency Mylar Blankets – Designed to reflect 90% of your body heat
    4 Cyalume Green Light Sticks – 12 hours of light in an instant*
    4 Emergency Ponchos with Hoods – Protect yourself from the rain
    1 5-in-1 Survival Whistle – Contains a compass and lanyard
    4 Dust Masks – Prevents dust and germ inhalation
    4 Tissue Packs – Help maintain sanitary conditions
    4 Ultra Body Warmers – 24 hours of heat in an instant*
    1 34-Piece Premium First Aid Kit – Comprehensive kit packaged in a hard plastic case*
    40 Water Purification Tablets – Each tablet will purify up to 1 liter of water*
    40 Waterproof Matches – Light after getting wet
    1 Signal Mirror – Alert people of your presence
    12 Fire Start Sticks – Easy to start fires with in bad conditions
    4 Out-of-State Contact Cards – Keep track of loved ones and important numbers
    1 Packaged in Heavy Duty 5-Pocket Hiker’s Digital Camo Backpack.

    * Items expire 5 years from the date of manufacture.

    Does your Backpack Emergency Kit include expired items? Instead of having to buy a whole new kit, save money and purchase our 4-Person Backpack Refresh Kit that contains all the items you need to bring your kit back up to date.

  • Mostly all home health hazards are preventable. But only if you know that a problem exists. That’s why PRO–LAB offers state-of–the–art home safety lead detection kits available at your local retail stores.

    The Professional Lead Surface Test Kit contains 2 chemically impregnated non–toxic paper strips which, when activated with a few drops of water, will detect lead on any surface instantly to as little as 5 ppm. When placed on a lead contaminated surface and activated with a few drops of water, the white test pad strips will turn a bright “red” if a problem exists.

    PRO–LAB’s Lead in Water Test Kit allows you to have your drinking water professionally analyzed at EPA guidelines for lead contamination to as little 1 ppb; current EPA standards allow 15 ppb. PRO-LAB products are available in supermarkets, hardware stores, pharmacies, home centers and discount stores. Call PRO-LAB representatives at 954-384-4446 for more information.
    Lead Test Kit by PRO-LAB is a simple and reliable method to test for lead and get instant results.

    Ingesting lead paint and breathing in lead dust is the #1 contributor to lead poisoning, which causes brain damage and affects over 200,000 children each year

    • Offers the option of testing either suspect of lead paint or lead dust to EPA approved lab methods.
    • Meets EPA Title X requirements for real estate transactions.
    • Simple to use test utilizes atomic absorption spectrometer via graphite furnace.
    • Offers EPA Profeciency results within 2 weeks.
    • $20.00 Lab Fee Required For Analysis.

    More than 200,000 children in the United States contract lead poisoning every year. Lead poisoning limits a child’s ability to learn, even after a short term exposure. It is estimated that a child’s I.Q. drops 3 points for every 10 micrograms per decileter of lead in their blood. If the child receives prompt medical attention, chances for recovery are very good. However, if the exposure goes undetected, it can bring about permanent damage, causing anything from learning disabilities to severe mental retardation and even death. Children under the age of 7 are much more susceptible to lead poisoining because their developing bodies absorb the lead at 4 times the rate of an adult.

    Compounding this medical danger is the fact that one of the most common places for children to become exposed to lead is in the home. The major sources of in-home contamination are lead-based paints, tap water, colorful ceramic dishes, soiland airborne lead particles. Because you can’t see, taste or smell lead, everyone is potentially at risk. This brochure was developed by PRO-LAB Inc. to provide you with a primary knowledge about the risk of lead contamination. The people at PRO-LAB encourage you to thoroughly educate yourself on in-home environmental dangers and learn how to protect yourself and your family.

    Have Your Child Tested

    Health officials recommend that children receive a blood test for lead contamination by the age of one and continue testing every couple of years. However, if you suspect that your home may be contaminated with lead, have the child tested at six months old. It is estimated that as many as 1 in 4 children under the age of 7 have lead in their blood. Contact your local health department for the location of medical attention and testing facilities. Water Contamination

    Lead contamination from tap water occurs because of the presence of lead-containing materials in the plumbing system. Lead contaminated tap water may pose a serious health threat. According to the U.S. EPA approximately 20% of public water systems, serving 32 million people, were found to have lead levels exceeding the EPA’s safety standard of 15 ppb (parts per billion).

    Risk Indicators

    According to the EPA, the ultimate responsibility for safe drinking water rests with the end user. The water you drink may contain lead, which can cause adverse health effects, even at short–term exposure. Young children and pregnant women are at the greatest risk.

    Your home is at high risk of lead contaminated water if it has:

    1. lead pipes and/or lead connectors from the water main
    2. copper pipes with lead solder
    3. soft water (a water softener can contribute to the corrosiveness of the water and if used, should not be connected to pipes leading to drinking water taps)
    4. water remaining in pipes that contact lead for several hours (the longer water has been sitting in your home’s pipes, the more lead it may contain).

    The age of your home is a major contributing factor. Older homes with plumbing installed prior to 1930, are likely to have lead pipes. In addition, plumbing with copper pipes installed before 1988, may contain lead solder. Today, lead pipes and materials are prohibited from being used in plumbing that leads to drinking water taps.

    Protection From Water Contamination

    There are several “rules of thumb” that should be used in protecting your family from lead contaminated tap water.

    Preventive Steps

    1. Flush your pipes before use. Prior to using water for cooking or drinking, run the tap water until it becomes as cold as it will get. Save the flushing water for cleaning, watering plants, washing dishes.
    2. Use only cold water for drinking & cooking — hot water is likely to contain higher levels of lead.
    3. Inspect your plumbing system to detect lead. Lead pipes and solder are dull gray, when scratched they will look shiny.
    4. Test your water with a lead detection product, such as PRO-LAB’s Lead in Water Test Kit, that utilizes U.S. EPA recognized laboratories If your lead test comes back positive, the best way to handle the problem is to determine the source and remove it.

    Lead Paint Contamination

    Lead-based paint is a notorious culprit. Many homes/apartments built before 1960 have heavily leaded paint and homes/apartments built prior to 1978 may also contain paint with dangerously high levels of lead. Lead based paint can be on walls, ceilings, woodwork, windows, furniture (cribs), children’s toys and even floors. As it peels, paint chips are loosened and can be ingested by children. Another contamination source from lead is lead dust particles. Painted surface friction points, such as window frames and sills, create paint dust. Household renovation activities can also create high levels of paint dust. When a lead–based paint surface is broken, sanded or scraped, it breaks into tiny, sometimes invisible, pieces that children can swallow or inhale.

    Ceramic dishes and mugs are another area of concern. Some ceramic dishware, especially those imported from foreign countries, may contain lead contaminated glaze. The lead can leach into food or liquids, particularly acidic foods. Foods stored or cooked in these containers are at higher risk of contamination.

    Reduce the Risk of Contamination

    The initial step in preventing lead poisoning is determining whether or not your house and household items contain lead. All suspected surfaces and dishware should be tested. Home test kits, such as PRO-LAB’s Professional Lead Surface Test Kit and Professional Test Kit for Paint & Dust provide a simple, accurate and easy first line of defense against lead contamination. Professional Lead Surface Test Kit and Professional Test Kit for Paint & Dust is the only safe, non-toxic lead test kit available. All surfaces including walls, windows, ceilings, floors and ceramics should be tested.

    Good housecleaning is another important element. Keep all of your children’s play areas as dust–free as possible. Frequently wash floors and windows with phosphate–rich cleansers, such as automatic dish washing detergents. Keep all toys clean by washing them often.

    If you discover the presence of lead–based paint in your house, do not attempt to remove it yourself. Contact your local health department and seek help from a professional who has special training in lead paint removal or encapsulation.

  • The PRO-LAB® Lead Surface Test Kit provides a simple and reliable way to detect lead on any surface including: toys, cribs, dishes, food cans, lunch boxes, miniblinds, furniture, antiques, paint, pipes, and other items.The effects of lead poisoning can be devastating. It has been estimated that more than 200,000 children in the U.S. have suffered lead poisoning resulting in brain damage, learning disabilities and mental retardation.

    Lead poisoning causes brain damage to children from birth to 8 years old. Test your home or office for lead. Pro-Lab’s Professional lead test kit for all surfaces contains 6 instant test strips to make sure you and your family are safe. Perform the test on:

    • Children’s Toys
    • Dinnerware
    • Mini Blinds
    • Ceramics & Antiques
    • Soil
    • Plumbing Pipes & Fixtures
  • The PRO-LAB Professional Mold Test Kit (patented) is designed to detect dangerous molds that may be in your home or office. The test kit offers three (3) different analytical sampling methods.

    • Method 1: (visual sampling) simply involves taking a sample of a visual mold growth.
    • Method 2: (HVAC air sampling) allows you to take an air sample of the air-conditioning or heating system
    • Method 3: (settling plate) allows you to take an air sample of a location which does not have an HVAC system.

    After the 48 hour incubation period, you may choose to send your sample to PRO-LAB for a detailed analysis ($30) of the type of mold present. This information will be useful to determine an individuals allergy treatment and the cleaning or removal of the mold.

    Our simple do-it-yourself test indicates the presence of mold within 48 hours. Optional lab analysis is available, which identifies the type of mold present.

    PRO-LAB’s Black Mold Test Kit utilizes patented laboratory analytical method for accuracy and reliability. To help detect the possibility of mold, do you notice any of the following?

    • Discoloration or black mold on baseboards, wallboards, or wallpaper.
    • Cracks in shower tile, lack of caulking, loose toilet seal, leaks under sink
    • Carpet and padding in direct contact with concrete slab
    • Poorly maintained or dirty air conditioning/heating vents and filters
    • Damp basement or crawl space
    • Water penetration (water marks on walls, mold spots on walls)
    • Musty/ moldy odor

    If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then you could be EXPOSED TO TOXIC BLACK MOLD!

    What is Mold and Where Is It Found?

    Mold are microscopic organisms that produce spores and are found virtually everywhere, indoors and outdoors. Mold can be found on plants, foods, dry leaves, and other organic material. Also susceptible to mold growth are cellulose materials, such as, cardboard, paper, ceiling tiles, and sheet rock. Mold spores are easily detached and made airborne by vacuuming, walking on a carpet or sitting on a couch. In indoor environments, mold can grow in air conditioning ducts, carpets, pots of houseplants, etc.

    How Can Mold Affect Your Health?

    Exposure to mold is not healthy for anyone but the following individuals are at a higher risk for adverse health effects: infants, children, elderly, immune compromised patients, pregnant women, and individuals with existing respiratory conditions. When inhaled, even in small amounts, mold can cause a wide range of health problems including respiratory problems (wheezing), nasal and sinus congestion, watery and red eyes, nose and throat irritation, skin irritation, aches and pains, fevers, asthma, emphysema and in some cases even death.

    Mold Can Be Found In Many Areas Of Your Home

    • Attic
    • Living Rooms
    • Bathrooms
    • (HVAC) Ventilation System
    • Bedrooms
    • Kitchens
    • Basements
    • Any Moist Areas
    • Carpets
    • Garage

    How Can You Be Exposed To Mold?

    When moldy materials become damaged or disturbed, spores (reproductive bodies similar to seeds) can be released into the air. The following are sources of indoor moisture that may cause mold problems in your home or office: flooding, leaky roofs, humidifiers, damp basements or crawl spaces, constant plumbing leaks, house plants, steam from cooking, shower/bath steam and leaks, wet clothes, and clothes dryers vented indoors. Protection…Testing Is Your First Line Of Defense

    To find out if mold is a problem in your home or office, you must conduct a mold test!

    The PRO-LAB Mold Test Kit utilizes a patented laboratory analytical method for accuracy and reliability. The easy to use do-it-yourself test allows you to determine whether toxic mold spores are in the air that your breath. Visual sampling may also be conducted. Optional lab analysis is available to indicate the type of mold present.

    The Black Mold Stachybotrys Chartarum (atra)

    Stachybotrys Chartarum (atra) is a greenish-black toxic mold that colonizes particularly well in high-cellulose material, such as straw, hay, wet leaves, dry wall, carpet, wall paper, fiber-board, ceiling tiles, thermal insulation, etc. Stachbotrys, before drying, is wet and slightly slimy to touch. There are about 15 species of Stachybotrys, known throughout the world. This toxic mold grows in areas where the relative humidity is above 55%. This type of mold does not grow on plastic, vinyl, concrete products, or ceramic tiles. It is not found in the green mold on bread or the black mold on the shower tiles.

    Stachybotrys produces a mycotoxin that causes human mycotoxicosis.

    This type of mold is thought to be a possible cause of the sick building syndrome. Children’s exposure to Stachybotrys spores are thought most likely to cause pulmonary hemosiderosis (bleeding in the lungs). The following is a list of symptoms associated with exposure to Stachybotrys mold spores:

    • Respiratory problems, such as wheezing, and difficulty in breathing
    • Nasal and sinus congestion
    • Eyes-burning, watery, reddened, blurry vision, light sensitivity
    • Dry, hacking cough
    • Sore throat
    • Nose and throat irritation
    • Shortness of breath
    • Chronic fatigue
    • Skin irritation
    • Central nervous system problems (constant headaches, memory problems, and mood changes)
    • Aches and pains
    • Possible fever
    • Diarrhea
    • Possible hemosiderosis
    • Immune suppression
  • Pesticide ingestion and inhalation can damage internal organs, cause cancer, and eventually death. The World Health Organization estimates that one-half of the ground and well water in the U.S. is contaminated with pesticides, resulting in 20,000 deaths per year.

    Our instant do-it-yourself test monitors water for hazardous levels of pesticides. Testing for pesticides should be done annually.

    PRO-LAB’s Pesticides in Water Test Kit utilizes patented laboratory grade test strips for accuracy and reliability.

    No Lab Fee Required.

  • What is Radon?
    Radon is an invisible and odorless radioactive gas which occurs naturally from decaying uranium underneath the earth’s suface. Though you cannot see,smell, or taste radon, it is there and may be a problem in your home or office. Radon gas rises through the soil and seeps through cracks, holes, and drain pipes in the foundation or basements of buildings. Radon gas can be found all over the United States, and according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 1 out of every 15 homes in the United States has high levels of radon gas.

    What can Radon do to you?

    Radon gas contains radioactive particles which get trapped in your lungs every time you take a breath. As these particles break down, they release bursts of radiation that damage or destroy lung tissue and cause lung cancer, and long-term exposure may even cause death.

    Do you have any of the following in your home?

    • Cinder-block, brick or rock wall
    • Exposed soil in the basement or foundation
    • Cracks in the basement wall or foundation
    • An open sump pump hole or floor drain
    • Spaces between walls and floors
    • Exposed pipes or loose pipe fittings

    If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then you could be breathing in this deadly radioactive gas.

    Am I At Risk?

    It is estimated that radon kills approximately 21,000 people each year. Nearly 1 in 15 homes are estimated to have elevated levels of radon. Radon gas is the #1 cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. Radon can show up in any home or office. You may have radon in your home or office even if your neighbor does not. The risk of developing lung cancer from Radon exposure can increase depending on:

    1. the level of radon in your home or office;
    2. the amount of time you have spent exposed to radon;
    3. whether you are a smoker or have ever been exposed to tobacco smoke.

    How Does Radon Get Into My Home Or Office?

    The greatest concentration of radon is usually found in the lowest level of homes or offices. This is because radon is found in the soil and rocks beneath the foundation. If you have dirt floors in the basement, cracks in the foundation, or openings from a sump pump hole or drain, radon is likely to build up quicker and in higher concentrations. Radon can also enter your home or office through your water supply (i.e. shower, dishwasher, washing machine, etc.). If your home or office uses well water, we suggest testing with our professional Radon in Water Test Kit.

    Protection…Testing Is Your First Line Of Defense!

    To find out if radon gas is a problem in your home or office, you must conduct a radon test! The PRO-LAB Radon Gas Test Kit is the most accurate and reliable radon test kit available for checking the level of radon gas in your home or office. The PRO-LAB Radon Gas Test Kit provides two (2) desiccated, short-term detectors which allow you to conduct side-by-side testing in order to get the most accurate and reliable results.

    Radon Is Measured In Picocuries Per Liter (pCi/L)
    An acceptable level of radon is less than 4.0(pCi/L). If the average of your two test results are equal to or higher than 4.0(pCi/L) you should take some action to reduce the radon level in your home or office.
    PRO-LAB recommends that you conduct a radon test every year. Annual testing is the best way to determine whether or not your home or office has the potential for a radon problem.

    If Test Results Are High?

    There are ways to reduce the level of radon yourself or by a trained professional. Costs should run between $500-$2,500 depending on the seriousness of your problem. Start by doing the following and then contact your State Radon Office or EPA Office for additional information on reducing Radon in your home or office:

    • Seal or caulk areas of entry such as cracks, holes and openings;
    • Keep vents to crawl spaces open;
    • Minimize time spent in low areas such as your basement;
    • Increase the circulation of outside air into your home or office;
    • Discourage cigarette smoking in your home or office.

    Professional Radon Gas Test Kit by PRO-LAB

    The Pro–Lab Professional Radon Gas Test Kit utilizes the most advanced liquid scintillation, short–term detectors, which contain silica gel desiccants (patented) necessary to remove all moisture in order to make your test results accurate and reliable. Testing is easy! Simply place the two radon detectors in the lowest level of your home or office for a period of 96 hours to allow time for the detectors to absorb enough radon to be analyzed according to EPA standards. Seal the detectors with the enclosed caps, completely fill out the data card, and return the detectors to Pro–Lab in the pre–paid postage envelope along with any required lab fee.

    Your professional laboratory test results will be mailed to you within one week of receipt, indicating the exact radon level in your tested area. For real estate transactions, an express service is also available (results within 48 hours of receipt), call PRO-LAB for details.

    Once you have tested your home or office, you can then make any changes necessary to protect you and your family from further exposure to radon. If you have any questions, please call PRO-LAB at 954-384-4446 to speak with an environmental testing specialist.

    $30.00 Lab Analysis Fee Required for Standard Lab Results.

    *additional $10 fee required for NJ Residents.


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