Radon is considered to be the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and you can’t tell if a home has high radon levels unless you test for it. Our state-of-the-art equipment and high-quality standards allow us to accurately test for the existence of radon in the home or on the property.
If a home does test high for radon levels, that is something you need to know, so that your agent can help negotiate a possible credit in your purchase price, or require that sellers install a radon mitigation system. We test to a minimum 48 test, to ensure accurate measurements.
Talk to us about including radon testing as part of your certified home inspection.