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Radon For Testing For The Home, Why It Is Important?

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Radon For Testing For The Home Atlanta Home Inspectors - It is advisable for all home buyers and sellers to include radon testing in their standard home inspection. This could be an add-on service. The existence of radon gas has been found in many houses, regardless of their location. This means that you cannot presume that there is no need for a radon test if radon gas is not rampant in your area. Everything You Need to Know About Radon Gas Radon is not visible, but its presence is Continue Reading ...

Atlanta Home Inspectors Radon Testing

Posted on: January 12, 2015 by in Blog, Radon
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According to the chemical classification, radon is a noble radioactive gas with some of the highest health hazards when present in high levels in the atmosphere. Many households all over the world are often exposed to radon accumulation, particularly since this gas is not detectable in the indoor air. Considered an inert gas, radon is the heaviest of its kind when at room temperature. Below its freezing point, radon becomes a brilliant phosphorescent yellow, whereas if it gets to the Continue Reading ...

National Radon Action Month With Home Inspection Atlanta GA

Posted on: January 7, 2015 by in Blog, Home Inspection, Radon
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  Do You Know If You Have Elevated Levels Of Radon In Your Home? If you don’t know, you should and we’re here to help you find out.   In honor of National Radon Action Month, January 1 to January 31st, book your Home Inspection with a Radon Test and receive $55.00 off the Radon Test. Book between January 1 and January 31, 2015 to get the Discount. Mention 'National Radon Month' To learn more about Radon and the health effects, click Radon gas and Radon testing Continue Reading ...

Understanding Radon With Home Inspector Atlanta

Posted on: January 13, 2014 by in Blog, Home Inspection, Radon
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Do You Know If You Have Elevated Levels Of Radon In Your Home? If you don't know, you should and we're here to help you find out. What is Radon and Why Should I Test? Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas. It forms naturally from the decay of radioactive elements, such as uranium, which are found at different levels in soil and rock throughout the world. Radon gas in the soil and rock can move into the air and into ground water and surface water. Radon is present outdoors and Continue Reading ...