Where to Get a Radon Test Kit

Test kits are free through February 29, while supplies last! (free kits are available for pick up at your local extension office.)

The Nevada Radon Education Program offers short-term (2-4 day) and long-term (3-12 months) radon test kits. Test kits include the test device, instructions, information form and return shipper with shipping included. 

  1. Visit your nearest Extension office at Radon test kit pickup locations.
  2. Receive a test kit by mail: Alpha Energy Laboratories (prices vary)
Kelly, C. 2022, How and Where to Get a Radon Test Kit, Extension | University of Nevada. IP

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Also of Interest:

 
Mineral County Radon Map
This is the radon map of Mineral County, Nevada. This shows Radon potential based on data collected from completed radon tests from 1989-2018.
Kelly, Christine 2022, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno IP
Nye County Radon Map
This is the radon map of Nye County, Nevada. This shows Radon potential based on data collected from completed radon tests from 1989-2018.
Kelly, Christine 2022, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno IP
Pershing County Radon Map
This is the radon map of Pershing County, Nevada. This shows Radon potential based on data collected from completed radon tests from 1989-2018.
Kelly, Christine 2022, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno IP
Washoe County Radon Map
This is the radon map of Washoe County, Nevada. This shows Radon potential based on data collected from completed radon tests from 1989-2018.
Kelly, Christine 2022, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno IP
White Pine County Radon Map
This is the radon map of White Pine County in Nevada. This shows Radon potential based on data collected from completed radon tests from 1989-2018.
Kelly, Christine 2022, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno IP
 

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Nevada Radon Education Program

The Nevada Radon Education Program is funded through a grant from the EPA to educate Nevadans about the health risk posed by elevated levels of radon in the home. The Extension program offers literature, educational presentations and low-cost radon test kits in many county Extension and partner offices.