Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that forms from the decay of uranium which can be found in granite and ledge. Inhalation of radon gas can potentially harm lung tissue possibly leading to cancer. Due to the amount of granite and ledge present, the entire state of Maine has the potential to have elevated radon levels. API utilizes state-of-the-art continuous radon measurement equipment that allows us to conduct radon air measurements and provide results in 48 hours. API is licensed by the State of Maine certified to conduct these measurements. Our system is tamper-resistant to ensure quality results. Radon water sampling is also available upon request.
Maine Radon Service Provider Registration ID: PSM50292
State of Maine Radon Tip Sheets:
- Radon in Maine
- Testing Your Home for Radon
- Radon: Know the Numbers When you Buy or Sell a Home
- When You Build a New Home: Put in a System to Reduce Radon Dangers
- Working with a Registered Radon Tester
- Treatment Systems: Reduce Air Radon Levels in Your Home
- Treatment Systems: Reduce Radon Levels in Your Well Water
- Working with a Registered Radon Reduction Expert
- Low Radon Levels: When to Re-Test
- I’ve Mitigated for Radon – Now What?
- Radon and Smoking: A Dangerous Combination