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CEU Radon (8 hours)

Course Cost:  $85.00

Course Value
Are you in need of a refresher in radon testing and mitagation? Have you heard about radon and want an overview of it? Or do you need Continuing Education Credits with your professional organization(s) you belong to?

This course is a general overview of radon testing and mitagation and would be a great refresher for those who are radon professionals. Who knows, you may even learn something new that was not covered in other radon courses.

Radon Testing and Inspection
    Health Effects
    General Practices
Sampling Methods
    Measurement Lengths
    Closed Building Conditions
    Measurement Strategies
    Monitor Placement
Worker Health and Safety
Building Investigation
Radon System Design
General Requirements
Sub-Slab Depressurization
    Slab Prep
    Communication Test
    Fan Selection
    Pipe Installiation
    Electrial Requirements
    Sealing Requirements
    Backdraft Testing
Contracts and Documentation
    System Labeling

Continuing Education Credits
With this style of learning CEU's are available for the following professional and State organizations;
    National Environmental Health Association (NEHA recognized states) - 8 hrs
    National Radon Safety Board (NRSB recognized states) - 8 hrs
    State of PA - 8 hrs
    Mississippi Home Inspection Licensing Board - 8 CEU's
    InterNACHI - 8 CEU's

General Questions and Answers
How much can I charge for a radon test? The national average for a test is $125 - $150.

It is expensive to get into performing radon testing? If you are using charcoal testing devices, typically the hard cost for the device with lab fees range from $17 - $25.  If you use a device that prints out a report immediately, these devices range from $1,000 - $3,500 or can be rented for about $100 per month.

How long does it take to perform a radon test? Most tests are short term and will only be 48 hours (takes longer to drive to the job than to actually set the device).

Is there really a need for radon testing in real estate? Within the discloser statements for the buyer there is a page where the buyer must indicate by signing if he/she would like, or waives, the right for a radon test (plus other environmental issues on that page).

This is a business you can afford to add to your professional services.