Radon Measurement and Mold Screening
A Mold Inspection gives you critical information if there is or has been undesirable mold growth in a building, home or office.
Mold inspections can include a questionnaire about the building’s history, any symptoms observed with a home’s occupants, a visual inspection to spot previous or current growth issues, and mold testing to determine levels of danger, if any. A Mold Inspection will determine whether or not a mold removal process is warranted.
Mold Inspections need to be performed by a qualified Mold Inspector who has formal training and experience with mold inspections. It is essential that your Mold inspector be certified and experienced in order to fully protect you and your family.
Radon is a colorless, odorless and invisible, cancer-causing, radioactive gas produced by the natural breakdown of uranium in the soil, rock and water that causes more deaths per year than carbon monoxide poisoning, house fires, drowning and drunk driving combined.
The ONLY way to accurately detect the level of Radon in your home is through a professional Home Inspection by a qualified Radon Detection Specialist.
Radon typically moves up through the ground to the air above and into your home through cracks, expansion joints and other holes in the foundation. It gets into the air you breathe and can increase your risk of getting lung cancer.
The Surgeon General of the United States tells us that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer today and if you smoke and your home has high radon levels, your risk of lung cancer increases dramatically.
Our equipment takes a measurement of the Radon in your home and we will return a detailed report, telling us the average level of Radon over the 48-72 hour span of time.