Schedule Your Radon Test Today

Serving North East and Central Ohio

What is Radon?

Radon is an odorless, tasteless and invisible gas. It’s a naturally occurring gas that is derived from the breakdown of uranium in the soil.

While low levels of radon are not harmful, coming into contact with high levels over extended periods of time, can put your family’s health at risk as well as increase the chance of lung cancer and other illnesses.

Long term exposure to Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer aside from smoking in America.

Outdoors, radon will naturally dissipate harmlessly into the atmosphere as it rises through the crust. But in homes, it can become trapped, which is dangerous for the health of you and your family. Radon is colorless and odorless, and it is extremely carcinogenic. According to the EPA, radon is one of the leading contributors to the development of lung cancer, behind only smoking. For this reason, regular radon testing is key whether you’re a homeowner, or you’re interested in purchasing a home.

Why Are Radon Tests Important? Understanding The Benefits

  • Radon Can’t be Detected

    Radon exposure has no symptoms that can be identified by a doctor, which means a radon test is the only way to make sure your home has a safe level of radon.

  • Radon Testing is Proactive

    Radon tests can save you money if you’re trying to sell your home by providing information about radon levels to potential buyers and ensuring compliance with local codes related to radon.

  • EPA Recommended

    The EPA recommends testing for radon when buying a home.

  • Ensure It’s Worth It

    High levels of radon detection can allow you to request that the home seller install mitigation features or back out of the purchase using your home inspection contingency.

© Copyright 2021 - Trusted Property Inspections - Website by Spectora