Why should I hire At Ease Inspections for my radon gas test?
As members of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, we are determined to conduct our practice in adherence to the InterNACHI Code of Ethics. Our inspectors are rigorously trained and are properly certified, licensed and insured. At Ease technicians are the most reliable and professional option for radon testing in Atlanta, and we have the client feedback to back it up.
When should I have a radon inspection
for my home?
Right away! There are parts in the metro-Atlanta area (and other areas around north Georgia) that are classified as Zone 1 – High Radon Potential Areas. When it comes to your property, or preparations to buy one of the largest investments of your lifetime, or the safety of your family, it is of the utmost importance to be aware of all the information regarding the risks and dangers involved. Don’t let nearly undetectable and harmful radiation catch you off guard. Protect your assets and your family by having At Ease provide a radon inspection in your home today.
What if a radon test comes back elevated?
We use the most advanced radon detection monitors available to ensure accurate radon gas readings. If the results show radon levels above the threshold of acceptability as determined by the EPA and the Surgeon General, appropriate steps should be taken to mitigate the danger.
Why should I have my home tested for radon?
There are many reasons for you to have your home tested for radon. If you are buying or selling a new home, it is important to know of any dangers that may be within. Many dangers, such as structural damage, faulty wiring or improper plumbing can be found right away during a real estate inspection. It is more difficult with radon gas: this threat is invisible. It is essential to know if there is any radon presence before buying or selling a home. It is also a good idea to have your home inspected for radon to protect your family from harmful radiation.
What exactly is radon?
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is present in areas all over the world, including the United States and even here in Atlanta. It is colorless, odorless, and tasteless and nearly impossible to detect without specialized radon inspection instruments. Radon molecules are very tiny. So tiny in fact that the molecules can pass through seemingly solid objects. Since homebuilding materials are porous on a microscopic level, dangerous radon gas can pass through walls and ceilings, exposing inhabitants to this potentially deadly carcinogenic gas. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the United States for non-smokers. Smokers and others with particularly weakened immune systems, such as children or the elderly, are at an even higher risk.
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Have concerns over your current home or a house you are looking to purchase?
We provide radon testing, mold testing, moisture intrusion inspections, and additional services to make sure the property is safe for you and your family.
208 Eagle Valley Ct.
Canton, GA 30114
770 - 765 - 6869