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Protect the health of your family with radon testing

Radon is a radioactive gas that has been detected in homes in every state of the nation. Though you cannot smell, taste, or see this gas, it puts your family at increased risk of lung cancer. Our radon testing detects the presence of this gas so it can be addressed, if necessary.

If you are planning to sell your home, your radon status is an important selling point. Have your home tested, and take steps to lower the levels, if necessary.

 

Be sure to keep records of all efforts to demonstrate the safety of your property.

Radon doesn't have to ruin your love for your home. The problem can be fixed. What matters is that you detect the presence of the gas. Protect your family from the serious risks radon exposure can put on their health with regular testing.

 

Give us a call today to learn more about the dangers of radon and to schedule your testing.

  • Find out if the home has been tested

  • If the home was tested by anyone other than a professional, consider having it retested

  • Ensure all floors of the home were tested if you plan to use them for living space

  • Ensure no structural changes have been made since the testing

If you are selling a home:

If you are buying a home:

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  • Change in taste, odor, or appearance of well water

  • Broken well cap, your property is inundated by floodwaters or a new contamination source

  • Your well has a history of bacterial contamination

  • A recently malfunctioning septic system

  • Family members or guest have recurrent incidents of gastrointestinal illness

  • An infant is living in the home

  • Monitory the efficiency and performance of your home water treatment

Reasons why you test your water for contaminants, nitrates, and bacteria: