Radon Testing

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Radon Testing

Don’t be a victim of the silent killer known as radon gas. Gold Key Home Inspections provides accurate, affordable radon testing to stop from exposing your employees or loved ones to this dangerous and odorless gas.

Our inspectors test residential and commercial properties in Michiana and the surrounding areas. To do the test, we go in and put our test equipment in the lowest structural level of the business or home.

We utilize innovative equipment to test for radon; the radon gas testing equipment remains in place for at least 48 hours. After 48 hours, we remove the equipment, download the data, and evaluate the results. After the inspection is finished, we give you a report about the radon levels in your property.

Guarantee that your property has adequate levels of radon with Gold Key Home Inspections. This dangerous gas is very hazardous and should be tested for to stop lung cancer.

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is odorless, so you can’t smell it. There is no way of detecting if radon gas is in your home or business unless you explicitly test for it.

Radon gas is a class A carcinogen and is a health danger causing lung cancer, ranking right below smoking. People who are smokers or former smokers are particularly at high risk for being subjected to the health hazards. It’s suggested that the testing is done at the very least every two years with tests taking a least two days to complete.

Radon has become a priority in the home inspection industry. Home buyers should know and be informed about the dangers of radon and the probability of finding it in their house. There are a few publications to use as tools in assisting home inspectors in schooling clients about the truths concerning radon. There is a checklist used by professional home inspectors in determining if a radon test by a licensed specialist should be performed. If you desire a radon test to be done on a home or business you are considering, ask Gold Key Home Inspections.

When an abnormal level of radon is found in a property by a specialist in radon testing, mitigation is suggested. A mitigation expert does services that lessen the amount of radon in the air as much as can be done. In some cases, radon can be decreased to very low levels. Some new residences are even being built to have radon barriers.

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