Radon Testing

At Alert Inspection Services, we believe in keeping you and your family safe from potential dangers, even those that are invisible. That’s why it’s important to make sure your home is tested for radon gas. 

The second leading cause of lung cancer, radon is a naturally occurring gas that can’t be smelled or seen. Exposure to elevated levels of radon gas increase the risk of lung cancer. If left untreated, radon can have damaging effects on anyone who enters and spends time within the structure.

Since radon emanates from the soil, it doesn’t matter if a property is old or new, and many properties have elevated levels of radon. Radon leaks in through your home’s foundation, and below ground walls and floors.

Using a continuous radon monitoring device, our experienced inspectors will check your home’s radon levels to make sure they are acceptable. If your home tests high for radon – at or above the EPA”s action level of 4.0 pCi/L – effective mitigation systems, that reduce radon levels, can be installed in less than a day by qualified local contractors. Check out our Trusted Contractors for our recommended Radon Mitigation Contractor.

Radon is a serious health concern but with our state of the art testing and Trusted Contractors it is a concern that we are ready to help you address.

In addition to inspecting for radon before buying any property, it is a great idea to have a radon test done prior to selling your home as well. This will give prospective buyers more peace of mind while also giving your listing a leg up on the competition, knowing your home has a clean bill of health.

Besides at the time of a property purchase or sale, it is recommended to test if any significant changes are made to the home. Changes such as replacing old windows, adding insulation or finishing the basement are good reasons to retest

Radon can have detrimental effects, but with the right team of professionals, we can test your property quickly and provide you with the right solutions to ensure everyone’s safety.

For more information about radon testing from the experts at Alert Inspection Services, please contact us here or call us directly at 616.662.6990.