General Home Inspections- Pre-Closing Inspection: Radon Investigators Home Inspection wants you to have a peace of mind on your new home. We want to make sure you new home is the best investment you'll ever make. At first glance a home may appear in good shape, but it may have defects that could be financially devastating. Protect your investment with our certified home inspector from Radon Investigators. Our team will provide you with comprehensive inspection covering hundreds of components in your new home.
A presale inspection will help you prepare your home for a showing which leads to a quicker and easier closing. Pre-sale gives you a peace of mind that you are offering a good investment to make the process go smoothly. If you need a pre-sale inspection contact Radon Investigators. The inspection covers all major systems of the home inside and out. You will receive a comprehensive narrative report containing information that will help in selling your home.
Insurance inspectors look for opportunities to increase security or safety, including potential fire hazards or liability risks. They take measurements of the building, look for special features, check the quality of materials used in the construction of the home and check for updates to the electrical system, plumbing, heating, windows and roof. They make sure that everything is well maintained. In contrast, a home inspector inspects the entire home and is a visual snapshot of the condition of the home at the time of the inspection.
Radon testing for real estate sales are conducted with devices approved by the EPA. Radon gay and its decay products are radioactive and insufficiently ingested amounts over a period of time may cause lung cancer. EPA recommends mitigation to be installed when the test average read 4.0 or higher. We offer FREE radon test with the booking of a home inspection.
Radon Mitigation is the process to reduce radon gas concentrations in occupied buildings or radon from water supplies. Radon is a significant contributor to environmental radioactivity and the second leading cause of lung cancer.
Mitigation of radon in the air is accomplished through ventilation, either collected below the concrete floor slab or in a membrane in crawl spaces, by creating a negative pressure under the foundation or by increasing the air changes per hour in the building. Mitigation systems should be installed by certified measurement and mitigation contractors.