Radon Gas Inspection
Radon is a radioactive gas that is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer, behind smoking, in the world, according to EPA estimates. Radon is responsible for 21,000 lunch cancer deaths each year. About 2,900 of those deaths occur among people who have never smoked.
It is often impossible to know when there are high levels of radon in your home. Level 7 Property Inspections can provide a radon gas test by one of our certified home inspectors. Often times, the equipment used to properly detect radon levels in the home are more trustworthy and accurate than anything you can pick up at the hardware store. It is critical to call us for a 48-hour continuous monitoring test.
Most homeowners only think to get their radon levels tested when they purchase a home as part of the transaction process. Radon levels can change over time, so we recommend having your radon levels tested every few years.
Know Before You Buy
If you are new to buying a home, or haven’t purchased a home in a while, ordering a radon test should be one of the first things you do. Mitigating high radon levels in a home can be time-intensive and extremely costly. Make sure you don’t have a radon problem before purchasing your new home.
Radon Testing Process
Our radon test are performed by using continuous monitoring systems. The monitors are placed in the lowest habitable area of the home for at least 48 hours. It measures radon levels every hour for the duration of the test. Once the test is completed, you be given an easy to read report that shows the average radon concentration levels in your home.
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