Radon InspectionEnsuring your safety by testing your homes' radon levels
Why Should I Test My Home?
Radon gas causes lung cancer
Radon gas is the second-leading cause of lung cancer; the leading cause among non-smokers. It accounts for over 21,000 deaths annually according to the EPA.
You can't detect radon without testing
This naturally occuring gas is colorless and odorless. Radon concentration levels can vary greatly from one house to another. Unless you test, you won’t know if it’s an issue at your home.
High levels of radon can be safely addressed
If you find your house has high levels of radon, there are ways to reduce it to a safe level. Once a mitigation system is installed, test your radon levels every 2 years to ensure the system is functioning properly.
What you get:
Our team of professional home inspectors have the expertise and technology to properly test the levels of radon gas in your house. We work with people who are looking to by a home in the Wake Forest, Raleigh, Durham and surrounding areas, as well as people who are currently living in the home.
Here’s what is included in a Nest Egg Radon Inspection:
48 hour Continuous Radon Monitoring
Our advanced continuous radon monitor will be placed in the lowest livable space in the house. This allows us to get a better sense for the concentration levels of radon gas in the home over an extended period of time. During the test, you can resume normal living conditions although windows and doors should not remain open for extended periods of time.
We’re “Certified Radon Measurement Service Providers” through InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, who holds us to the highest standards in the industry.
Detailed report including observed range and average
Within three business days of the test conclusion, we’ll send you our complete Radon Inspection Report. Our report will:
- Detail levels of radon throughout the entire testing time period
- Provide an overall average radon gas concentration level
- Compare your levels to the levels recommended as safe by the EPA
Get in touch with our team!
We would be happy to answer your questions personally, or check our frequently asked questions. As soon as you’re ready, we’ll schedule a prompt inspection to give you the information you need quickly.