Radon Testing in Metro-Atlanta

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Know Before You Buy

If you're in the process of buying a home, you should consider ordering a radon test. Radon generally seeps from the soil into the basement or crawlspace of your home through gaps in the foundation or poorly ventilated crawlspaces. If left unchecked, radon can reach dangerous levels and cause serious problems.

About Radon

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Radioactive Gas

Radon is an invisible and odorless radioactive gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.

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1 out of every 15 Homes

Nationally, one out of every 15 homes will have a high radon level. In north Georgia, one out of every five homes could have high levels.

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Radon Resistant Construction

Unfortunately, Georgia leads the Southeast in unsafe levels of this harmful gas, according to the EPA. Our state doesn't yet, but many now require radon-resistant construction for new houses.

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Lung Cancer

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says radon causes up to 14 percent of all lung cancer deaths each year in the U.S.

Schedule Radon Testing

A radon gas problem can be time-intensive as well as extremely costly. Make sure that you don't have a radon problem before purchasing a new home. This may save you a lot of money in the long run.

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How is Testing Done?

Testing for radon requires at least two days. LunsPro Home Inspections offers a 48-hour test using the latest equipment on the market. Once the test has been completed and the results are in, you'll receive a detailed report outlining the property's radon levels. Using the EPA's recommended safety standards for this dangerous gas, this report can alert you as to whether or not the home is safe for occupancy.

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