Radon Testing & Inspections
Verify the Air Purity in Your Home
HomeTeam Inspection Service offers radon testing to measure the radon concentration in homes. Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that can pose a health risk, including cancer, to those who are exposed to it. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), radon is the leading cause of cancer among non-smokers and the second most common cause of lung cancer in the United States. Our team of certified radon inspectors can test for this gas to ensure you and your family are safe.
Where Does Radon Come From?
Radon is found in many homes in the U.S. and comes from a natural breakdown of rock, soil, and water and can seep into your home’s air through cracks and holes in your foundation.
Radon can also make its way into your home through:
- Floor drains
- Floor cracks
- Sump pump openings
- Pores in walls and concrete
- Wall and floor joints in basements
- Well water
Certain areas of the United States have a higher concentration of radon than others and the EPA estimates that approximately 1 out of every 15 houses may have an elevated level of radon.
Start With a Radon Test to Provide Peace of Mind
Radon testing is easy, affordable, and provides invaluable results that can ensure the safety of your home and your family. HomeTeam is dedicated to your health and safety. Our radon inspectors are certified, trained, and experienced, and if you have an elevated level of radon in your home, we have a relatively simple mitigation procedure.
HomeTeam Inspection Service is dedicated to helping homeowners protect their families from the dangers of radon. Our team of certified radon technicians is knowledgeable in the latest technology and will provide you with an accurate assessment of your home’s radon levels.
A radon tester is a device used to measure the amount of radon gas in a given area. This device is designed to detect low levels of radon in the air. HomeTeam Inspection Service’s technicians have the most up-to-date equipment to accurately measure and analyze radon levels in your home.
A radon test is the only way to accurately measure the amount of radon in your home. HomeTeam Inspection Service offers two types of radon testing: short-term and long-term. Both types of tests take 48 hours or more to complete and will give you a detailed report of the radon levels in your home.
Ready to get started with our radon inspections? Schedule your service with us today and we’ll provide you the peace of mind you deserve.