Test For Unsafe Radon Levels In Your Home
Our team of specialists will come out to your home to test your radon levels to ensure that you are living in a safe environment. Don't take the risk of putting your family in harms way by foregoing a radon test. Our inspection crew will be happy to come out to your residence, check radon levels and make a plan of action to help you with radon mitigation.
Radon is commonly found in soil, groundwater and wells, which affects your drinking water and the air in your house. Homes with basements or wells should never miss a basement radon inspection or water quality test. We test down to the third layer of earth and our certified radon specialists follow all guidelines to check your home and surrounding areas thoroughly. We will test both air quality and water quality for radon levels and do everything in our power to mitigate the problem, so you and your family can live a happy, healthy radon-free life!
Testing for Radon in Water - What You Need to Know
You may be ingesting or inhaling radon from your water supply unknowingly. The most common cause of radon entering the home through water is in ground water sources. Research shows, that although it is uncommon to get cancer from swallowing radon found in water, it is not uncommon to inhale radon that is released into the air when water is utilized for showering, cooking and other household purposes. If you have a private well, be sure to test for radon thoroughly. We can check private wells, public water supplies and all other forms of groundwater.
Why Radon Exists in Your Air and Soil
Since radon comes from the natural release of decaying uranium in soil, it is very hard to prevent the radioactive gas from entering your home. Radon can enter your home not only through the water supply, but through cavities inside walls, gaps in suspended floors, gaps around service pipes, wall cracks, construction joints and cracks in the flooring of your home. Building materials used to construct your home can also give off radon at dangerous levels.
We utilize the best testing gear available to test your air and soil in and around your home for dangerous radon levels. We are qualified testers and provide both short term and long term testing to diagnose whether elevated radon levels exist in your home.
According the the EPA, "Your chances of getting lung cancer from radon depend mostly on how much radon is in your home, the amount of time you spend in your home and whether or not you are a smoker." Don't expose yourself to high radon levels that are potentially deadly. The best thing you can do for you and your family is to have your home tested by certified radon contractors.
Test Your Home For Dangerous Radon Levels Now. For a Water, Soil and Air Radon Inspection Contact Us Now!