Check Your Home for Radon!

Check out a radon monitor to test your home!

After registering, pick up a radon monitor at the Utah County Health Department in Provo. The cost is $25; pay at pick up.

Make sure to download and fill out the application form and bring it with you to pick up the monitor. If you do not have a printer, you can fill out the form when you pick up the monitor. For questions or more information, contact us at UCHDRadon@utahcounty.gov.

If you prefer to perform a radon test using a mail-in home radon test kit, you may purchase discounted test kits ($10.95) at Radon.Utah.gov.

The radon monitor check-out is not suitable for real estate transactions, although any homeowner is welcome to check out the monitor.  Real estate agents who need to quickly test a home can find certified radon testers at Radon.Utah.gov.


1 in 3 Utah homes have unsafe levels of radon gas. 

The only way to know if your home has too much radon is to test.  It is important to test your home every 2-5 years.  The winter months are the best time to test.

How can I test my home?

There are three options for testing your home.

  1. Contact a professional radon tester.  A list is available at Radon.Utah.gov.
  2. Purchase a home test kit at hardware stores, online, or by visiting Radon.Utah.gov.
  3. Check out a radon monitor from the Utah County Health Department for a fee.

How can I check out a radon monitor from UCHD to quickly test my home?

  • Pick up and return the monitor at the Utah County Health Department, Provo office
  • Fee: $25, paid at time of pick up
  • Borrow for 2 days.  The home must be tested for at least 48 hours.
  • A detailed radon report, including hour-by-hour levels, will be emailed to you, usually by the next business day.
  • Register and schedule a time to pick up at HealthEvents.UtahCounty.gov

What if my home tests high for radon?

A certified radon mitigation professional can fix your home.  This typically costs $1800-$2000.  Like any home improvement project, we recommend obtaining 2 or more bids before selecting a mitigator.  A list of certified mitigators can be found at Radon.Utah.gov.

Where can I get more radon information?

Visit the state site: Radon.Utah.gov.

  • Find the average radon level in your zip code
  • Find a list of certified radon mitigators and testers

For more information, contact us at UCHDRadon@utahcounty.gov.

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