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The Breeze Radon Monitor and Running an Efficient Radon Testing Program


Radon testing, for most of the country, is today a standard in the real estate transaction. With all the monies spent by the EPA on awareness (tens of millions), home testing for current homeowners has never taken off but the combined efforts of Home Inspectors and Real Estate Agents alike took a “new” test a few decades ago from unknown (and sometimes referred to as a hoax) to a standard in no time flat much to the benefit of every home buyer. It’s really an inspiring story when you look at the history of it and the simple results of a number - and a pass/fail number at that - moved things along at the speed of light compared to the snail’s pace Mold and Indoor Air Quality Testing has moved much to the disadvantage of home buyers (something we have now fixed with our reports at InspectorLab and PriorityLab- http://www.InspectorLab.com ). All with virtually zero dollars in marketing, zero support from any authority, and nothing but red tape and regulatory hurdles.

The speed of market acceptance for Radon testing was impressive - the technology not so much. We started with charcoal canisters and tape that left “void”. It was basically the kind of technology for fraud prevention that is one step above “Hey look at that!” when trying to get someone’s head to turn the other way. Then came monitors and electrets. I personally promoted and championed both for the last 20 years and efficient ways to use them in a Home Inspection business with no direct financial interest in the matter. Some of the strategies I thought were great 10-15 years ago involved having a few monitors and a bunch of electrets and upcharging to the monitor. While it was a great approach at the time, the industry has moved on from charcoal canisters and electrets largely and for good reason.

Nevertheless, electrets remained an economical approach without looking so unsophisticated as charcoal canisters or Radon scintillation cells. We will give them that. Monitors saw relatively minor improvements and delivered what has now become an industry standard of hour by hour levels. Agents and subsequently buyers are now expecting that. Even some that came out over the last couple years at prices in the $900-$1200+ range have major technological advances like...wait for it...a battery! How innovative LOL. Nothing else in recent years has really gone beyond basic environmental monitors that can disqualify a test. The most advanced of them will connect wirelessly to a mobile device or computer to download rudimentary data. It’s the same level of impressive technology first patented in 1966 by George Sweigert, and it’s just amazing that the technology in Radon finally in the later part of 2005-2010 finally caught up to World War II era technology. Yes, the sarcasm runs deep in this one.

One thing we can say about every device: They’re pretty darn consistently accurate. There isn’t a device out there I don’t trust the results of really. Everyone in the space, including myself, goes through rigorous development and testing of chambers to ensure accuracy. Then we send them to testing facilities and get accredited with NRPP and others. There’s really no such thing as a “bad” radon test in that regard. There are just bad devices and candidly that's what nearly all of them are. Featureless, future paper weights with 20 inherent problems that cost Home Inspectors millions annually in direct cost, indirect cost, and lost productivity. It’s not that I don’t respect the competition, I give them the full credit of falling victim to a lack of one thing that would have solved these issues: Scale. And none of them have it.

Now let’s talk about these problems and hidden direct/indirect expenses with everything on the market outside of The Breeze, that even the latest and greatest, have:

1. Battery Life- almost all, even those with batteries, lack the battery capacity to make it all the way through a test. (Some can. Like three in the whole market.)
2. Real Time results aren’t visible. There are predictive models available (we developed them) to show in 24 or even as little as 4 hours whether a test is pass or fail. There’s no reason a real estate transaction should be on hold.
3. Upfront costs are enormous. Financing just simply isn’t available for most everything in the market and if you’re in need of 20 units at $1000 a piece...ouch. The interest on that sort of coin alone is a huge hidden cost in Radon on Home Inspectors.
4. Results wait for the user. You have to stop by, pull the data, pick up the unit, and in most cases actually create a report.
5. Delivery of reports. Zero units integrate with business systems. Even if they spit out a PDF report with minimal data entry, the user still has to go and upload the report to their CRM or email it out to the client.
6. Disqualified tests aren’t known until the test has concluded. Even if you drop off the Radon test ahead of an inspection and schedule everything perfectly...coming into a situation with open windows or later finding environmental data that indicates non-compliant conditions for the test means a new test. And another 48-72 hours. (Not to mention either cost to the user absorbed or an awkward conversation with the parties)
7. Theft. It happens. Whether intentional or unintentional, it’s a hassle at the very least and a $1000 loss way too often.
8. Calibration Downtime. Not only are you left with the task of finding your own calibration facility (and negotiating that cost at an incredibly low volume), you’re left without a unit your business needs for up to two weeks.
9. Failed tests. Units turn off. Everything eventually breaks. You don’t know until you go back.
10. Delayed reports due to pick up schedules. Most Radon tests are done by inspectors that have schedules. With 2-5 hour blocks for inspection appointments. If you have a monitor on the other side of town you can’t make it to until the end of the day, the client and their real estate transaction gets to wait a few hours.
11. Failed units. In our surveys on the matter, we’ve found a unit is good for about 7 years on average. When it’s gone, that’s another $1000.
12. Most have too many monitors 75% of the time. Every owned monitor has a daily cost (calibration, maintenance, storage space, service life). If you need 25 monitors in the busy season and 15 in the winter, you have 10 monitors billing you daily for sitting there.
13. Pick up scheduling. Try as they might, no one has cracked the code on this one and there’s a simple reason- many variables and a lack of data entry of all those variables. Where the units are, drive time between, traffic at that time, test completion times, etc.
14. Transition costs in consistent client experience and staff procedures. Let’s assume you’re already established with a monitor or other type of device- but you’re looking to upgrade or make a switch. There isn’t a good way without have costs just as bad as the upfront costs you’d have as there isn’t a market for trade ins or a good market for used devices.
15. Record Keeping. Since report software doesn’t generally address Radon testing and short of a CRM with consistent usage (which can’t be guaranteed), having a searchable system with every event logged is a challenge and a time waster.
16. Maintenance and Repairs. Even a small malfunction becomes a big hassle and can lead to downtime at best, expensive repairs or even a replacement need at worst. It’s hard to put a number on the number of defunct monitors sitting on shelves in the world, but the number is likely in the thousands.
17. Calibration Tracking. The penalties may not be severe (I have yet to see a police officer or authority stop by to check on monitors), but credibility in this business means everything and keeping track of calibrations and making sure compliance is kept up is on the to do list for owners of nearly every monitor out there.
18. Where’s my monitor?!? Administrative mistakes happen. Monitors get left behind. Whether they’re in a basement of a house where the deal fell through, got put in a moving box by a seller accidentally, or are sitting in a closet somewhere forgotten, tracking down a lost monitor is a pain.
19. Professionalism and Credibility. Client perception is paramount, and professional equipment makes the difference. Not every monitor doesn’t look like a toy from Best Buy and some even sell consumer versions that devalue a professional service into something amateur. With Radon tests available at hardware stores with a note inside them that says “good for real estate transactions”, it’s important to distinguish professional testing in every way possible to maintain integrity of testing for the good of home buyers. Credibility is enormous too – and the internet is full of misinformation but without any guarantee a test is accurate it can be called into question or worse yet cause a problem with a client.
20. Support. If you can even get ahold of someone via phone or chat with those that sell and service most monitors, it’s only during business hours and for many that means 5 PM. Eastern. Not exactly convenient when a client is waiting on a report. By the way, that’s assuming your Radon monitor is even supported by the company any longer (and that the company still exists).


The Breeze Radon Monitor comes with features right out of the box that solve every single one of these issues and reduces the cost of ownership and use substantially. Even if you take our regular non volume rates - $850 in acquisition cost and $41.50 per month for service – you’re still saving money over the least expensive and featureless units on the market. That’s before you add in marketing benefits and perceived greater value in the marketplace. So let me tell you what inspired me to write such a thing. It was the following statement:

“My monitor costs $150 a year to calibrate. You’re charging close to $500, no thanks.”

This was one of those moments where you want to say something back quickly like, “Hey numbnuts, where’d you learn to do math so pathetically?” But I didn’t. I waited 5 minutes and watched all the other responses from actual users touting the benefits. Their people were trained in minutes, their agents are loving the immediate results, they’re ordering more, etc., and from there we just kept getting orders all night off one silly Facebook thread at http://www.BreezeRadon.com .

Would I forget the comment? No. Only a few times has anything like it been mentioned, but it’s a learning moment for home inspectors as business people. It sold me more to do this full analysis when I had not one but two inspection company owners with 10+ inspectors state the same (in a different, less caustic way of course).

So let’s talk cost.

Out of the list above, all numbered, the following have direct/indirect cost that can be quantified: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, and 18. Whew.

#3
Let’s talk upfront costs first. Any unit with the same features is over $1000. Some are $1300 or more. That’s insane. The Breeze is $850, a savings of $150-$450 over comparable units. But that’s just the “Day One” expense. What you have to consider is the value of money over time. With the Breeze, you can finance at 0% financing with $250 down. That means you keep your money, invest it in your business or the stock market or whatever, and you don’t have to calculate the interest over a year on $750-$1050 you just cost your business and your family. (The number to that is around $75 probably by the way- unless you put that other inferior unit on a credit card in which case the number is likely much more).

Total Cost savings to the Breeze on Day One: $225-$525 compared to similar units including the initial acquisition cost and interest expense.

#4
Time to download data from the unit is your time. Now you may consider your time worthless, but I don’t. Every time you sit with a machine for 5-10 minutes downloading rudimentary data (often for the purpose of creating your own report), your business is being billed for that time. In one way or another. But let’s give it the benefit of the doubt and assume a typical 10 tests per month for a monitor at even a small fraction of the actual time it takes to extract data from these units (while you’re standing awkwardly in someone’s house). That’s about an hour a month and if you’re paying someone by the hour let’s assume around $20 an hour. Just for this. Obviously, probably a little less than what you value your own time at. Breeze does all of this automatically and nearly every time before you even arrive (just needs a tiny little cell signal...which in a basement it will often get otherwise it will sync automatically at next signal with on board data storage).

Total Indirect Cost Savings: $20 per month in labor. If you think your time is worth $20 an hour.

#5
Report deliveries are where the biggest lies are about cost of ownership of Radon Monitors in our industry. Since none of them have scale, none of them integrate with systems. Since none of them have systems, all of them require you (or your inspectors in a multi inspector firm) to go and upload reports and oftentimes create them too. The Breeze delivers the reports automatically. This one really deserves around 2 hours of labor monthly per unit you own, which we will give again an incredibly low number to: $20 per hour for two hours.

Total Indirect Cost Savings: $40 per month in labor. Again, if you think your time is worth $20 an hour.

Okay, let’s stop right here for a moment and have a little chat. So the Breeze is up to hundreds cheaper than similar units in the market and they have a $41.50 per month fee (discounted to $35 per month at 10+ units per company) and they save you $60 per month in labor costs or time you could put towards something other than wasting your time with a Radon Monitor that is robbing your business blind. We’re only on the third item, but seriously...how could anyone not consider these costs. We have to get better at cost analysis as an industry!
Now assuming your not sold yet that every other Radon Monitor on the market is obsolete...we shall move on!


#6
Disqualified tests are all too common. You come back to the house and find the environmentals are way off (to match the open window in the bedroom upstairs because the seller went to the internet). How often exactly do you get to bill your time for this? How many tests have you given away on a retest?

With the Breeze you know now and get an alert. It’s really hard to give this a solid dollar figure, so I won’t give it one, but it is a cost savings somewhere down the line. Not to mention a benefit to the real estate transaction and a client that you don’t have to wait 48 hours only to wait another 48 hours.

#7
Theft sucks, especially when it is an item in the $1000 range like a Radon Monitor. And it happens all the time. Out of our first several hundred units we sent out during the Breeze Beta, one was stolen. It was Joe Trimble (great client for many years) who called us and told us the story. The seller was a crazy person, didn’t want the Radon test done, so he refused to let Joe in to retrieve it. Of course, the Breeze sent out the results anyhow and everyone already had the results by the time he came to pick it up so the seller’s efforts were thwarted. BUT...he still didn’t let him in to get it and it was scheduled for a few days later with the Listing Agent. They refused entry again. At this point, the Breeze Anti-Theft Guarantee came into play. Whether it is a random theft or a seller packing it up in a box, we will help you retrieve the unit or we will just send you a new one. The seller in this case claimed he didn’t have it. The GPS tracking on the unit showed it was in his closet, where the police were happy to retrieve it from. (Where it was still tracking Radon levels)

Beyond the no more “seller not wanting results so they locked me out” issue, the Breeze is absolutely guaranteed not to be stolen and irretrievable. Enough of them get stolen each year that we really should put around $1.50 per month on this one. We will round down.

Indirect cost saved over the other units with no Theft Protection: $1.50 per month.

#8
Calibration downtime is a thing of the past with Breeze. You send it in, we calibrate, we send you back a unit the very next day. Virtually zero downtime. With other units you’re looking at 1-2 weeks (and more often 2 weeks). Even if that unit was only good for 3 tests over a two week period at $150 per test, that would be $450. If your true margins are like most, that’s $150.00 per year in hidden costs that obsolete monitors are killing your business with. Geez, this is almost too easy.

Annual Indirect Cost of Slow, inefficient Calibration with every other monitor: $150.00 per year. Plus the actual Calibration itself, which is included with Breeze. We will call that $150 a year and save it for the final summary.

#9
A failed tests, unlike the disqualified tests in #6 above, aren’t something you can blame on a seller and the internet. We are talking about unit failure. It turned off, it has a fried board, the sensor went bad...whatever the cause the buck stops with the inspector. And they have no idea until 48 hours after they started the test with obsolete equipment that they just delayed a real estate transaction for another 48 hours. Killing two birds with one stone, if our equipment ever fails on you we pay a $75 trip charge to retrieve and replace straight to you and you don’t have to kill a deal either. Bonus! Figuring out the hidden cost of obsolete monitors on this one is super simple. Eventually everything breaks, about once every 7 years monitors do, rounding down that around $10 a year we save you on this one on average.

Indirect costs of failed tests the Breeze guarantees won’t happen: $10 per year.

#11
Since we’re talking about failed units, let’s make sure to touch on something you will never have to do with The Breeze: Replace it. It’s guaranteed for as long as it is in use including and up to forever. Other units, however, die. If you’re looking at a typical $1000 purchase price like many of our competitors, that is a hidden cost of $142 a year. That sucks! Here, I’m sure someone will tell me on the internet anecdotally that their monitor lasts longer so we’ll even give them the benefit of the doubt considering the competition’s monitors aren’t guaranteed for even as long as a cheap Chinese made TV at Wal-Mart and we’ll give them a full decade. Still $100 per year in replacement costs for obsolete Radon Monitors. Which will never match each other by the way (more on that later).

Direct costs of replacement of Obsolete Radon Monitors: $100 per year.

Okay, minor break again. I’m only like halfway through this list and the Breeze is saving users nearly $1000 in hidden costs even at ridiculously low estimates of your time’s value, zero accounted for disqualified tests, and that’s after the other unit cost you up to $525 more on day one to acquire.

That settles it. I’m raising my prices.

(Just kidding, I wouldn’t do that arbitrarily and screw over inspectors like all of these Obsolete Radon Monitors do. LOL. This too easy.)



#12
Home Inspectors, on average, have too many monitors. It’s a fact. Unless your business resides in an alternate universe where you do the exact same number of inspections and Radon tests every day and every week consistently throughout the year, you very likely have enough monitors to serve your clients in the high season. What do those unused Radon Monitors do the other 3-5 months of the year? Well, they sit there costing you. They cost you 3-5 months work of calibration and all of the other costs listed above.

That’s why with the Breeze we have “Lease Units” available when business gets busy. So you don’t have to sit on unutilized monitors. Oh and we even have “Dormancy” options for monitors not in use if things get real slow. We do more for Home Inspector Cash Flow and Profitability than all other vendors combined and we prove it every single day. We made the Breeze to create an awesome client experience, a streamlined and efficient model for inspectors, and help cashflow too. Literally our inspiration for getting into the space was looking around at all of the obsolete equipment in the market and seeing how bad they were for inspectors’ pocketbooks. Then we devise a solution.

Add up everything above, you’re going to come up to around $5 per month per unit in “downtime expenses” with other equipment.

Indirect costs of “downtime” with obsolete Radon Monitors you don’t have to worry about with the Breeze: Around $60 per year.

#13
Pickup scheduling is not a thing in this industry. Nothing out there works, not because the systems aren’t capable but because they don’t have the right data. Breeze solves that, and our upcoming launch of the pickup scheduler and mapping program will save windshield time, gas, and likely reduce the number of monitors needed too.

It’s impossible to track to the penny exactly what this will save you, but it’s a lot. We’ll call it zero for now for the integrity of this analysis.

#14
Transition costs are essentially the same as the acquisition/upfront costs in item #3 above. If you want to switch from one monitor to another, it’s nearly impossible. There is no market for these obsolete and featureless monitors, so you can’t sell them easily. Breeze solves the problem with our trade-in program. Over $800 in benefits both in an upfront discount and monthly discount on any qualified unit. (We will post a list and exact details soon but basically best deal the market has ever seen)

Oh and if you get a Breeze I and would like to replace it with a Breeze II...no problem. Straight trade at calibration time. No expense to you.

When we deliver premium equipment, we do it well. You don’t have to go far to find the most sold (and least returned) equipment in the home inspection space with a trade-in program meaning we fully stand behind the value. Of course I’m referring to the CrawlBot ( http://www.CrawlBot.net ) but we apply the same rules to everything we develop. Our reputation in the industry is too important and nobody pays us without a great ROI and wonderful results.

Of course this applies only to those with other equipment already, so we’ll put aside the additional $200 per unit in acquisition cost we are saving users for now as it muddies the water of an otherwise very simple math equation.

#16
The Breeze gets free maintenance, repairs, or even replacements for as long as you use it. Here’s the bad news with other equipment: They’re either impossible or impractical to repair most of the time. Some of their equipment isn’t just obsolete in the way I’m referring to it (as in obsolete due to being featureless or overly expensive to inspectors) but completely obsolete as in unsupported by the manufacturer (if they are even still in business). Way too many units out there are collecting dust and paper weights, so let’s just call a spade a spade here: The other junk on the market is pretty much replacement only from a practical perspective.

It makes the math easy anyhow, as we have already factored in replacement costs.

#17
Calibration tracking is another thing you “gotta do”. How long do you spend on compliance for each monitor? What is your SOP for that? Do you get automated alerts and reminders and free calibration and everything else that the Breeze Radon monitors do automatically? Well, no you don’t. Let’s give that one hour a year per monitor. Just to be friendly.

The overly friendly indirect cost of obsolete monitors that lack the automation of The Breeze: $20 per year.



So here’s your financial recap. I’ve simplified some of the numbers instead of giving ranges, but it is all justified above:

The Breeze: $850 initial expense, $35.00-$41.50 per month all in for an annual cost of $420-$498.

The other guys: $800-$1300 initial expense plus interest, 10 year lifespan with an annual cost of $1078 (minimally) PLUS $150 in Calibration.

The 10 year cost of Breeze is $5830.00. The 10 year cost of the cheapest competitor is $11,580 PLUS another $1500 for Calibration over that 10 years. Of course, at that point you still have the Breeze and it is functional whereas the competing monitor is in a dumpster somewhere. Probably outside an apartment you were renting because a house would have cost you the thousands you would have saved with the Breeze.


The Breeze Radon Monitor saves you well over $6000 over a 10 year period and over $600 per year over any and all other monitors in the space and that's before some of the items above that were hard to quantify. Even if you take the $20 an hour rate and cut it in half you're still saving thousands over a decade and hundreds per year. On every single monitor.

Very quickly on the other points above since I noted we would solve them all:

Breeze has about 100 hour battery life. Real time results and soon to be announced “Predict” results that will tell the client if they have high or low Radon levels (guaranteed to be accurate or we will pay for mitigation) in as little as 4 hours. The results go out automatically and data is collected through cellular signal. Pick up the unit any time. Full record keeping on one platform like you could never accomplish with anything else...not to mention the only Guaranteed Accurate Results in the industry, a commitment like none other to this industry, and the only vendor in all of real estate with staff in the office ready to serve 24/7.

More details on Breeze Predict and a full list of trade-in eligible devices coming soon along with a detailed analysis feature chart comparing The Breeze to everything else available in the market. Even some you’ve never ever heard of.
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Awesome breakdown and list of the benefits.

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TRADE IN PROGRAM DETAILS LAUNCHED TODAY!

With the trade-in of any eligible unit (see extensive list below), you get the following:

$0 down on financing OR $250 off the purchase price of the unit
90 Days ZERO service fees and 50% off fees for the rest of the year
Automatic volume rate ($35 per month) for life on each unit you had a trade in for

Total Value:

$250 upfront
$124.50 service fee credit (first 3 months service fee at regular price waived)
$216.00 service fee credit (next 9 months at only $17.50 per month reduced from $41.50)

For a total credit first year of $590.50 PLUS a savings of $6.50 per month off the regular monitoring fee for as long as you own the unit...assuming that is even only 5 years that comes to $390.

Grand Total Trade In Allowance on any Breeze Purchase: $980.50+!!!! (or 50% off any lease up to a year)


This offer is subject to change and will likely be adjusted at some point. Initial offer guaranteed through end of 2019. Good only on the retail purchase price of $850.00. Good only for functional, calibrated units with the make and model as noted below in "good" or better physical condition. Units with less than 6 months left on calibration (or uncalibrated) will be assessed a $100 fee.


Eligible Units:

Sun Nuclear 1027, 1028, 1028 XP, 1030
RadStar RS300, RS800
Diversified Research Alpha II
RTCA ProScan, MR-2000-P
Femto-Tech CRM-510 LP, CRM-510 LPB
Air Things Corentium Pro
Niton Rad-7
Rad-Elec Recon
SARAD Radon Scout

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Breeze Monitors currently running a 2-4 week delivery time, and will likely stay around there consistently for the next 1 year or so.

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Update: The Breeze II is in final calibration testing. Yes, long awaited for some, but two things you should know:

1. We do things right. We made some engineering improvements which takes time.
2. The limited parts we get from overseas...yeah that got a little complicated!

Another update soon.

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