Radon is colorless, odorless, and extremely carcinogenic (cancer-causing). Radon releases naturally from the breakdown of rocks and soil in the ground. It gets into homes through small cracks and builds up in the air inside the home. It affects homes anywhere in the United States, regardless of the type of foundation or the age of the home. Also, the level of radon in your home may vary from that of your neighbor. The only way to check for elevated levels of radon in your home is with testing. While home tests are available, we recommend a professional radon inspection for peace of mind.
We offer radon testing on its own or with a home inspection. To get pricing, contact our office at 704-628-6601.