Residential Radon Measurement

Have you or your family member recently felt shortness in breath, pain in the chest, bad cough, pain in the throat, or problem in swallowing? It is advised to get the air-quality of the home checked from a certified radon testing company.

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas found in air and the concentration may vary based on the area, soil and weather condition. High levels of radon can lead to severe health problems. It is measured in pCi/L (picocuries per liter).

We, Ark Home Inspectors are certified from InterNACHI for performing the radon tests. For reliable and accurate radon testing scores, we are equipped with the required tools and kits. Any home that has radon concentration reading more than 4 pCi/L is hazardous and alarming. Our customer’s health is our priority, thus we suggest that you must get the radon concentration tested immediately. You can contact us over the call or via an email. 

Does My Home Require Radon Testing?

Radon is an invisible and odorless gas that might be present in the areas where the uranium content is comparatively high in the soil. You must get your existing or your prospective home tested for radon. Afterall , the health of your family comes first.

A radon test is an inexpensive way to ensure that you are breathing safe air. The test should be done regularly as radon can occur in any home. Depending on how ventilated your home is and how well it is maintained, the level of radon may vary from home to home. The concentration of radon is normally high during winters. 

Ark Home inspector conducts two forms of tests to check the radon levels in your home. A short term test that is performed by observing the readings for 48 hours. If the readings are alarming, a long term test is advised that is performed by recording the levels for 90 days.

You can completely rely on us for accurate results and get your home tested for radon immediately. Contact us today by giving us a call or by dropping an email.