Hours of Operations

all locations
9 to 4 Mondays - Thursdays
9 to 3 Fridays

Weekend drop-offs may be available at select times and locations. If you would like to schedule a Saturday drop-off, you must call the lab before the end of the business day on Thursday.

Weekend drop-offs are not guaranteed at all locations.

In the News

The EPA intends to strengthen the Lead and Copper Rule.  Find out more here.

Maryland House Bill 270 requires all Maryland schools serviced by a public water system to test all consumable water fixtures for elevated lead.  Click for more information from the Maryland Department of the Environment.

The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) monitors public water systems for the presence of PFAS.   Click for more information on PFAS and what the MDE found.

Radon Testing

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless and therefore cannot be detected by our senses. When foundations are dug for homes or commercial buildings, the radon collects under the slab on the lowest level. The gas, which cannot be detected by our senses, can seep through cracks and voids in the foundation and collect into the areas occupied by humans.

Radon is a health threat because it can accumulate in homes and cause lung cancer. Long-term radon exposure is the second leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking.

Home Land Labs is a third-party testing company; we do not perform mitigation work. We offer the most dependable radon testing on the market. Our 48-hour continuous radon monitors are calibrated and performance tested annually to ensure the most accurate and fastest test results available. Our Lab Director and lead radon professional, Kevin Barnaba, is a Licensed Environmental Health Specialist and is certified to conduct radon testing by the NRSB.

Homeowners, Real Estate Professionals & Property Managers

If you'd like to have your home or property tested for radon, our sister company, Home Land Environmental, offers radon testing services in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Home Inspectors

If you are a home inspector and have taken samples with your own electric canister, you can drop off your canister at one of these locations for testing and analysis:

Home Land Labs Office Annapolis
108 Old Solomons Island Road, Suite L2
Annapolis, MD 21401

Home Land Labs Office Waldorf
3430 Rockefeller Court
Waldorf, MD 20602