Homecheck Inspection Services is certified in radon inspections and can help assure that your home is safe from this dangerous, cancer causing gas.
What is Radon Gas?
Radon is a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless noble gas, occurring naturally as a decay product of radium. It is the only gas under normal conditions that only has radioactive isotopes, and is considered a health hazard due to its radioactivity. When this gas is trapped in a home, it can build up and cause health risks.
The U.S. Surgeon General Health Advisory states: "Indoor radon gas is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and breathing it over prolonged periods can present a significant health risk to families all over the country. It's important to know that this threat is completely preventable. radon can be detected with a simple test and fixed through well-established venting techniques."
The problem is, without testing, you won't know it is there.
What is a radon test?
A radon test is a simple, non-invasive test performed hundreds of times by our qualified inspectors. If gas is found in your home or commercial property, the gas can be easily mitigated. After radon gas mitigation we can retest to be sure your mitigation was successful.
We're Your Baltimore Area Mold Inspectors
Home Check performs quality mold inspections for the real estate industry at reasonable prices. We provide one stop shopping for all of your mold inspection needs.
Our team has over a decade of experience in inspecting Maryland homes for mold in the Baltimore and Washington Metropolitan area.
We perform radon testing and radon inspection in:
- Radon Testing Fredrick County
- Radon Testing Carroll County
- Radon Testing Howard County
- Radon Testing Baltimore County
- Radon Testing Harford County
- Radon Testing Cecil County
- Radon Testing Anne Arundel County
- Radon Testing Prince Georges County
- Radon Testing Montgomery County
- Radon Testing Calvert County
- Radon Testing Charles County
- Radon Testing Queen Anne County
- Radon Testing Kent County
- Radon Testing Talbot County
- Radon Testing Caroline County
If you don't see your area just ask, and we still may be able to help you.
We use a continuous read Radon Monitor, and E-Perms (considered in the industry to be the most accurate) for our customers in areas where Radon is a real concern for a home buyer, and again we do not do the remediation but can point you in the right direction and answer any of your questions.
Our support staff will answer all your inspection, testing and scheduling questions, and get you your test results, paper work and Certificates to you in an efficient and timely manner. Our support staff is our strength. Many Radon Inspection Companies do not have office help. This can be difficult for a client waiting for test results (with time running out on your contract). Our staff is aware of the time constraints in real estate contracts and will get you the test results and other inspection items to you ASAP.