Radon Inspections

radon_inspections

Cross Inspection Services LLC can provide you with a certified radon testing and inspection for property buyers, sellers, or owners.  If you are buying or selling a home or property you will likely need a radon inspection performed.  If you have lived in your home for a long time and radon testing has never been performed, you should consider this valuable safety check to protect your family.

The EPA recommends that you have a radon inspection performed by a qualified inspector any time you buy or sell a home or business.  Radon is  a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is tasteless, odorless, and is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States according to the surgeon general.

The US EPA estimates that as many as 20,000 lung cancer deaths are related to radon each year.  If you are purchasing a new or existing home you should have radon testing performed to detect the presence of this dangerous substance.

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We utilize state-of-the-art Sun Nuclear radon testing equipment to provide the real estate industry required 48 hour test.  Since we own our own testing equipment, you will get the results upon completion of the test.

If radon is found at dangerous levels during the inspection, there are methods for radon mitigation to eliminate the problem but these reasonably affordable steps can’t be taken without testing first.  Call Cross Inspection Services LLC to schedule your radon inspection today.

 

 

 

Radon Testing and Inspection Service Areas:

Cross Inspection Services L.L.C is a family owned and operated home inspection company with a history of quality service in Clarkston Michigan and the surrounding area including Genesee County, Oakland County, and Macomb County and the following cities:

  • Clarkston
  • Rochester
  • Sterling Heights
  • Utica
  • West Bloomfield
  • Birmingham
  • Commerce Township
  • Pontiac
  • Auburn Hills
  • Orion Township
  • Oxford Township
  • Holly
  • Fenton
  • Linden
  • Troy
  • And many more…

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