What is Radon?

Radon is a radioactive gas found in homes and buildings that can be hazardous to your health at high levels. A radon inspection is an important step to determine if radon levels in your home or building are safe. Radon is invisible, odorless, tasteless, and present everywhere in the United States. Levels differ from state to state with the highest levels present in northeastern and midwest states such as Pennsylvania and North Dakota, but radon level statistics can also vary immensely from city to city or home to home in any state.

One of our qualified inspectors will come to your home or building to measure radon levels in the air and soil, as well as check for possible entry points for radon gas. They will also check if there are any signs of existing radon mitigation systems in place. After the inspection is complete, the inspector will quickly provide a report with the results of their measurements and any recommended actions to take to reduce radon levels. Taking the necessary steps to reduce radon levels can help to ensure that your environment is safe and healthy. We pride ourselves in serving our clients and ensuring their safety from such a dangerous, radioactive gas and look forward to serving you as well!