Radon is a naturally occurring gas that can be found anywhere in the U.S. As uranium breaks down in the soil under your house, the resulting gas gets into the air you breathe. This gas is colorless, odorless and tasteless, so you have no way of knowing if you're being exposed to unhealthy levels.
Watch out for these symptoms:
- Shortness of breath
- Persistent coughing
- Chest pain
- Loss of appetite
Schedule your home radon testing today.
Home radon testing will make sure that the house you're planning to purchase is safe for your family. If you're selling, a test showing low radon levels will make the process go more smoothly. We recommend you continue to schedule radon testing services once every two to three years. Thin Line Home Inspections will catch a radon problem before it can impact your health.
Visit our Radon FAQs page for common questions asked about radon gas & inspection services.
Contact us at 301-744-0010 to schedule your inspection.