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Radon Testing in Bloomington

Protecting Air Quality with Professional Radon Detection Services

As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to ensure anyone who visits your home feels safe and comfortable. Having your home’s air quality tested for radon is one way to protect the sanctity of your space and the safety of your loved ones. Radon detection is easy when you have a team to support you. Our Bloomington professionals at HomeTeam can help you determine if radon is a significant threat in your home. We can also perform a radon inspection for a home you’re thinking of purchasing to validate your decision.

To speak with one of our knowledgeable team members, contact us today at (651) 829-6718 and schedule a radon test.

At HomeTeam, we make it simple to get all of the assessments and home evaluations your property needs. We offer you the option to have a radon inspection scheduled simultaneously with your general property inspection. Ensuring your current or potential property is safe for your entire family is straightforward when you have our dedicated experts on your side. We will work with you to provide clear and open communication so that you know what’s happening during every stage of the inspection and assessment process. We want you to know that your radon testing is in the most capable hands imaginable.

What is Radon?

According to the American Cancer Society, “Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas that’s produced by decaying uranium. It is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer.” Radon can also be found naturally in the atmosphere in small amounts, and it can enter your home and get trapped. This is why it’s so vital to have a radon inspection performed. You may be breathing in small yet dangerous amounts of radon and not even be aware.

How Can Radon Affect My Health?

The EPA and the American Cancer Society both warn of the health effects of radon. It can potentially cause lung cancer when inhaled. In fact, about 21,000 people die each year from radon-related lung cancer. Radon is the second highest cause of lung cancer—and other associated cancers like childhood leukemia—next to smoking. However, in outdoor settings, radon is not known to be harmful to your health, as it will rapidly disperse, so the chances of breathing in large amounts decrease significantly. Radon poisoning is serious. If you suspect you have extremely high levels in your home, it’s time to call a professional to test and detect it promptly and accurately.

How Did Radon Get Inside My Home?

Radon gas can be found in the soil. It can easily seep into your home via the ground and directly into pores in concrete. Some of the most common entry points for radon are gaps in walls and floors. Poor or faulty home construction can contribute to high radon levels in your home, but all homes are susceptible to radon exposure.

Call HomeTeam for Accurate Radon Detection!

Having one of our Bloomington professionals perform radon testing in your home is the only way to know for sure if your property is safe. Our team has years of training and is qualified to administer this detailed and sensitive procedure. The goal is to ensure your home is safe and secure for you and your loved ones.

To get more information about our radon inspection process, please call us at (651) 829-6718.

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