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Order a Home Radon Test Kit


If at any point you would like to get more information and speak to our representative – a live response is available from 9:30am to 5:30 pm (Eastern Time): please call 1-800-263-5803 and press “4”.

Dear Clients,  Thank you for trusting the Institute with your radon testing project.  We are currently receiving a high volume of orders and this may impact your delivery time.  Upon receipt of your order, we will send a confirmation email, which will include an estimated timeframe for delivery of your test kit.

 

MONITOR CHOICE

“Please note that The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada and Health Canada recommend using long-term tests (at least 90 days). For the 90-day tests provided by the RSIC, it is recommended that tests be performed during the heating season (within approx. October to April).

The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada advises placing the E-PERM home radon test within two weeks from the date it is received.”

* If you wish to purchase a short term test, please indicate so by adding a “Special Instruction to the Seller” on the Paypal page that follows (near the bottom of the form).

MONITOR PRICE

Cost $55.00 + $2.75 PST = $57.75

Test Type :
Long Term (90 days)
Short Term (7 days)
Cost $55.00 + $2.75 PST = $57.75 (includes ground shipping)
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