What Happens During Radon Inspections?

What Happens During Radon Inspections?

January 31, 2023
Radon can enter your home through construction joints, floor cracks, service pipes, water supply, and cavities in your wall. To prevent that from happening and causing significant health risks, test your home for radon.
Radon Inspections Denver CO
What is a Radon Inspection? Radon testing involves the use of devices to track the presence of radon gas. Depending on the equipment used, a team of pros can easily determine if you have elevated radon levels in your property. Why Hire Pros for an Inspection? While there are radon test kits, videos, and how-to instructions online that can help you perform a DIY inspection, it’s better to hire a professional to take on the task of assessing your levels of radon. Pros that have certifications and experience performing radon inspections in Denver, CO, know what to look for, how to read the signs, and radon mitigation systems to fix any problem that may arise. What to Look for in a Radon Inspector? You’ll want to find a company experienced in residential and commercial radon inspections in Denver, CO, such as Colorado Complete Inspections, especially if you own or manage several properties that generate rental income. Our professional team will ensure that radon isn’t present in those addresses, by performing an inspection of your home. What Happens During the Testing? Here are some of the things you can expect:
  • We’ll confirm if radon is present. Our testing is designed to detect this radioactive gas in your home or rental property. Without this test, it’s nearly impossible to check if the radon gas is there. It’s tasteless, colorless, and scentless.
  • We’ll check the structural weaknesses of the property. Radon can get into a home through weaknesses in its structure. Get those problems fixed to prevent radon from finding its way into your property.
Do You Need to Test for Radon?
  • If you’ve never tested your home for radon, now is as good a time as any to do it.
  • It is also recommended to do this test before selling your property.
  • If you’re buying a new home, it is recommended that you test for radon before you sell or rent out your old home.
  • If you live in Colorado, it's important to have a grasp of the radon levels in your home, as our state has elevated levels compared to other parts of the country.
Contact Colorado Complete Inspections to schedule your radon inspection today.
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