About Us

Our Mission: SunRADON strives to advance innovation of affordable, reliable, and robust indoor air quality monitors.


SunRADON serves professionals, homeowners, and businesses worldwide, with the goal of improving indoor air quality, by focusing on Radon levels.

SunRADON Continuous Radon Monitors are used every day by professionals to test air quality in homes, schools, workplaces and healthcare facilities. In 2018, SunRADON monitors collected more than 50 million hours of Radon test data.
Our expertise and longevity set us apart. We’re backed by Sun Nuclear: a company with a holistic mission to improve the avoidance, detection and treatment of cancer.
SunRADON CRM’s have provided reliable technology to Radon professionals for more than 30 years. We continue to advance our hardware and software solutions based on the evolving needs and feedback from professionals like you.
We at SunRADON are proud that all our products are designed in-house, assembled and tested in our world-class, ISO-certified manufacturing facility, and serviced by a dedicated, highly trained team.
We are a privately-owned, self-funded company, driven solely by our mission and focused on serving you, our customers. In business since 1985, we have served customers for more than 30 years and will continue to serve our customers for years to come.
We have a team dedicated to you, our customers. They are available to answer your questions and help you get the support you need, when you need it.


What is the Health Risk of Radon?
May 14, 2021

–Marshall Brain & Craig Freudenrich, Ph.D., HowStuffWorks There have been no reports of short-term effects or symptoms caused by radon exposure. The only reported long-term effect is lung cancer. If... More

Was Burlington High the tip of the iceberg? Vermont may soon find out.
May 12, 2021

By Lola Duffort, VTDigger Radon testing is a "moral obligation. It’s been a topic of conversation for a decade or more in the Statehouse. I think we can’t have any more kicking the can down the road on t... More

How to improve indoor air quality
May 7, 2021

By Cindy Santa Ana, Fairfax County Times How much time do you spend inside your home or other buildings? For most people, it’s quite a bit of time, particularly during the wintertime. The Environmental P... More

Tips to Keep Indoor Air Clean
May 6, 2021

Wonderful Environmental Monitoring Tips to Keep Indoor Air Clean May 6, 2021 By Ryan Kh, Blue & Green Tomorrow The air you breathe is essential to your life. That being said, air pollution is still a... More

Is There a Recommended Room Temperature for Asthma?
May 6, 2021

"A small study suggests that the best room temperature for people with asthma is between 68 and 71°F (20 and 21.6°C). This air temperature is mild, so it won’t irritate the airways. Additionally, an indo... More

May is Clean Air Month
May 4, 2021

Clean Air Month is observed in May each year across the United States, sponsored by the American Lung Association since 1972. Initially a week long campaign, the event was lengthened to a month long one ... More

How to Test Your Home for Radon
American Cancer Society

When it comes to reducing your cancer risk, one important step could be right under your nose, or below your feet. Getting your home tested for radon can help protect you and your family from a key cause of lung cancer.

Is your child’s school testing for a deadly gas?
News 3 Now and Channel3000.com

Kirk and Lindsay Mefford still remember the first home they tested for radon – long before they made a business out of it – because it was their own.

Can Radon Exposure Cause Breast Cancer?
U.S. News

The colorless, odorless gas has been linked to lung cancer and possibly one type of breast cancer.

Radon work begins this week at Neshobe school
The Rutland Herald

Neshobe Elementary School will use the February break to fix its radon problem, according to the school district superintendent.

Action 9 investigates dangerous radon gas in apartment
WFTV9 Investigation

A Brevard County man just broke his apartment lease and moved out fearing dangerous radon gas. He claimed apartment managers refused to tell him there was a radon problem, so he called Action 9.

Household products in South Korea under scrutiny for radioactive emissions
South China Morning Post

Recent health scare over ‘radioactive mattresses’ has been traced to a mineral that emits radon gas used in their inner layers

Company History

In 1985, Sun Nuclear developed the world’s first affordable Continuous Radon Monitor to help people monitor indoor air
quality and avoid Radon-induced lung cancer. Over the next two decades, Sun Nuclear grew into the worldwide market leader in Radiation Oncology QA. Its commitment to helping communities avoid health issues like cancer had broadened into a mission to help improve the detection and treatment of cancer as well. In 2019, Sun Nuclear renewed its
focus on the avoidance of cancer by launching SunRADON.

Recognition & Partnerships

We are pleased to have the support of the following organizations that help us ensure our products are providing accurate, reliable readings for customers, with convenient and timely services. We are proud participants of Professional Radon organizations that keep us informed of changes to the industry, as well as regulations.