Wet weather can put a damper on your plans, but did you know it can also alter your radon levels? Too much water or changing weather conditions can have a negative impact on the accuracy of your radon test. Winds over 30mph should cause the test results to be completely discarded for inaccuracy.

Conducting your radon test during stormy weather, periods of heavy rain or very windy conditions warrants a second test. The weather can cause the levels of radon to show higher or lower than they normally are. If you are using a reputable testing company they will hopefully educate you and offer to repeat the test due to weather changes.