South Elgin, IL is a village in Kane County with a population of 21,000 at the 2010 US census. In 2007, Money Magazine named South Elgin as the 82nd out of 100 "America's Best Places to Live". Originally called Clintonville in honor of the early settler James Clinton.
Kane County has been assigned a Radon Zone 1 by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). Zone 1 has the highest potential for indoor radon levels greater than 4 pCi/L. Since South Elgin, IL sits in Zone 1, it is highly recommended that you have your home tested for radon gas.
4-8 pCi/L is the equivalent of smoking about 8-16 cigarettes per day. This is enough reason alone to have your home tested!
We offer a very accurate 48hr test with a continuous radon monitor. At the end of the test, the results are ready and will be emailed within the hour. No need to wait for lab results!
CALL US TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR SOUTH ELGIN, IL RADON GAS TEST