Reliable Radon Testing In St. Louis: Secure Your Home Today

Radon Gas Testing Monitors

Radon gas continuous monitors are specialized devices used to continuously measure and record radon levels in indoor environments. Our devices offer real-time data and are commonly used in both short-term and long-term radon testing. Our 48-hour test produces a detailed report covering various conditions and levels of the home or business.

Here are some key features and aspects related to our radon continuous monitors

Real-Time Monitoring

Continuous monitors provide ongoing measurements of radon levels, offering a more comprehensive view of fluctuations and variations in radon concentrations over time.

Accuracy and Precision

Our monitors are known for their accuracy in measuring radon levels. They use advanced technology, such as ion chambers or solid-state detectors, to provide precise readings.

Data Logging

Our monitors record radon measurements at regular intervals hourly. This data logging capability allows for the collection of detailed information about radon levels.

Tamper Detection

Our continuous monitors are equipped with features to detect and record any attempts to tamper with the device. This helps ensure the integrity of the data collected.

Immediate Results

Unlike traditional short-term or long-term test kits that need to be sent to a lab for analysis, our monitors offer immediate results. We can access real-time data or generate reports on-site or remotely.

Portability and Placement

These monitors are compact and portable, making them convenient for placement in various areas of a property. They can be used for both residential and commercial spaces.

Professional Use

Air Sense Environmental uses continuous monitors for radon testing in homes, workplaces, schools, and other indoor environments. They offer a more detailed and nuanced understanding of radon levels compared to traditional test kits.

Compliance and Certification

Our continuous radon monitors meet specific certification standards established by NRPP and NRSB.

Why Test For Radon?

The only true way of knowing what the most accurate levels of radon in your home, is by conducting an initial radon test. This test last 48-hours and the report is delivered the same day. While there are several other home test kits available and mail in tests, we feel that our nationally approved calibrated monitors provide the most in-depth analysis of your homes current levels. Has your home been tested before? The EPA recommends every home be re-tested every 5-years regardless of the levels of the previous test. Homes with active mitigation systems should test every two as directed by the EPA.

Proven Results Every Time

After conducting radon mitigation post-testing, it's imperative to ensure ongoing effectiveness in your mitigation system's performance. At Air Sense Environmental, we're dedicated to assisting clients in reaching their radon objectives. . Our unwavering commitment lies in delivering top-tier radon consulting services. Our team of seasoned experts possesses an in-depth understanding of radon regulations and industry best practices. We work in tandem with our clients, tailoring solutions to suit their unique needs. Additionally, we prioritize the consistent performance of their mitigation systems. Ensuring these systems operate optimally post-testing is paramount for sustaining a safe environment. For comprehensive radon testing services, effective mitigation solutions, and a focus on maintaining peak system performance, trust Air Sense Environmental and our dedication to securing your space and providing ongoing peace of mind.

Where Do We Test For Radon?


Alton, Belleville, Bethalto, Collinsville, Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, Godfrey, Granite City, Highland, Maryville, Troy, Fairview Heights, O’Fallon, Swansea, Brighton, Elsah, Jerseyville, Moro, Gillespie, and Staunton— Air Sense Environmental services are instrumental in ensuring proper testing and effective mitigation within these communities. 


 St. Louis County and St. Charles County, Missouri, cities such as Chesterfield, Florissant, Kirkwood, Maryland Heights, St. Peters, O’Fallon, St. Charles, Wentzville and surrounding area. Air Sense Environmental plays a vital role in ensuring these communities undergo proper testing and effective radon mitigation.