Radon Inspection

What is Radon Inspection?

What is Radon Inspection?

Radon is a colorless and odorless gas formed by the decay of uranium in soil and rock. Radon can enter the home by moving through concrete cracks and common building materials like wood and sheetrock. Over time, radioactive radon gas can build up, leading to poor indoor air quality and health issues for you and your loved ones

We are licensed Radon measurement technicians.

Radon Inspection

Radon risk factors and health issues

Radon is a carcinogen, or substance that can cause cancer with prolonged exposure. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has found that radon causes between 15,000 and 22,000 lung cancer deaths each year in the United States, and is the #1 cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.

Because it can take years for radon symptoms to appear, catching radon early on can protect you and your family down the line.

Radon Risk Factors and Health Issues

What homes are at higher risk for Radon?

While every homeowner should test their home for radon, here are a few factors that may indicate higher risk:

How to test your home for radon

To get the most accurate results, have your home tested for radon by a professional. A qualified inspector knows exactly where to place the radon device to get the best results, and can inspect the rest of your home for problem spots where radon can seep in.

We are licensed radon measurement technicians.