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 Don't Let Anyone Sell You a Home Without Knowing the Radon Level!

 

SAMPLE OF RADON REPORT (Click Here)


Your health and the health of your family are too important to take chances with anything other than a Certified Radon Report. The EPA, The Surgeon General, and The American Cancer Society all recommend that every home be tested for radon. Nearly 21,000 people per year die with radon related lung cancer. However, today most home buyers are still unaware of the danger. Fewer homes are being tested year after year as home sellers attempt to cut costs. While elevated levels of radon can be a serious problem, there is a simple solution to finding peace of mind in your new home purchase. Insist that your home comes with a Radalink Certified Radon Report from your home inspector.

 

Eagle Eye Home Inspection Only Uses Radalink Air Monitors

If It Doesn’t Say Radalink, It’s Not a Certified Radon Report.

Radalink is one of the few radon instrument manufacturers with devices that meet the EPA real estate device requirement for minimum sensitivity of at least 16 CPH/pCi/L. Since the EPA abandoned the radon proficiency program in 1996, the private proficiency program and its licensing states have continued to disregard this requirement, allowing home inspectors all across the country and to perform radon tests with substandard equipment.

 

 

Potential Entry Points:

 

 

 

1. Cavities inside walls

5. The water supply

2. Cracks in solid floors

6. Gaps in suspended floors

3. Construction joints

7. Gaps around service pipes

4. Cracks in walls

 

 

What you should know about Radon

 

Radon is a cancer causing radioactive gas

 

You cannot see radon and you cannot smell it or taste it, but it may be a problem in your home. This is because when you breathe air-containing radon, you increase your risk of getting lung cancer. In fact, the Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer.

 

You should test for radon

 

Testing is the only way to find out about your home's radon level. The EPA and the Surgeon General recommend testing of all homes below the third floor for radon.

 

You can fix a radon problem

 

If you find that you have high radon levels, there are ways to fix a radon problem. Even very high levels can be reduced to acceptable levels.

 

If you are buying a home

 

EPA recommends that you obtain the radon level in the home you are considering buying. An EPA publication "The Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide" is available through most State Health Departments or Regional EPA offices listed in your local phone book. EPA also recommends that you use a certified or state licensed radon tester to perform the test. If elevated levels are found it is recommended that these levels be reduced. In most cases, a professional can accomplish this at reasonable cost or homeowner installed mitigation system that adheres to the EPA's approved methods for reduction of radon in a residential structure.

 

 

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