Test results should be distributed to the client within 30-45 days of test completion according to your state requirements. All reports of radon results will be distributed in Complete Form at all times.
A Complete Form Report, at minimum, should include the following:
- Complete address of property undergoing the test process
- Company identification including contact information
- Name and credential/license number of placement & retrieval technicians
- Name and credential/license number of the laboratory analyzing the device (short-term only)
- Identification of monitor including model, serial number, test number, and last calibration date
- Placement time and date
- Retrieval time and date
- All valid individual measurement results should be reported and include:
- Measurement results reported in pCi/L to one decimal place, e.g., 4.3 pCi/L.
- All valid individual measurement results should be reported.
- When using continuous radon monitors, hourly readings should be included and made available to the client upon request for one year.
- Measurements made in separate locations should not be averaged.
- The average of co-located measurement devices should be reported, as well as the individual results.
- Any quality control measurements should be reported as such.
- Averaged radon results
Best Practice inclusions that lend for a more professional and defensible report:
- Signed non-interference agreement [where required]
- Customer name
- Footprint diagram including detection device location, or
- Exact placement location
- Room diagram for each device deployed.
- A record of quality control measures.
- A statement describing recommendations concerning retesting or mitigation provided to the client, the occupant, the owner of the building, or his/her representatives.
- A statement of whether a mitigation system was observed in the building during placement or retrieval, including whether the mitigation system was operating.
- A statement describing any observed tampering, interference, or deviations from the required measurement conditions.
- A description of any permanent vents that allow outdoor air into the building, such as crawlspace vents or combustion air supply to combustive appliances.
- A description of any severe weather conditions.