RADON TESTING

RADON TESTING

Peace of mind

All soils have uranium—some more than others. As uranium decays, it makes radon gas, which is the second leading cause of lung cancer, after smoking. For those people who breathe the gas and are also in the habit of smoking, the risk of lung cancer is huge.

Radon is odorless, silent and deadly. Easy to detect and mitigate, it nonetheless could be a homeowner’s worst nightmare. Listen to the story of Eddie, a homeowner who had a personal experience with radon in this 1-minute video

If you learn nothing else by visiting my web page, please make sure you are not being exposed to this avoidable risk.

Peace of mind

All soils have uranium—some more than others. As uranium decays, it makes radon gas, which is the second leading cause of lung cancer, after smoking. For those people who breathe the gas and are also in the habit of smoking, the risk of lung cancer is huge.

Radon is odorless, silent and deadly. Easy to detect and mitigate, it nonetheless could be a homeowner’s worst nightmare. Listen to the story of Eddie, a homeowner who had a personal experience with radon in this 1-minute video

If you learn nothing else by visiting my web page, please make sure you are not being exposed to this avoidable risk.

our Process

Paladin Home Inspections performs quick, reliable radon tests, taking about 48 hours. If you are considering putting your house on the market, you should have it tested right away.

Detection is simple: We set a monitor in the lowest point of your house and where there is little or no air movement. State-of-the-art equipment produces a fast, accurate report within a couple of days, explaining what actions to take, if necessary.

If radon is detected, mitigation involves inserting a vent from below the basement floor through the roof. A small fan draws out and removes the radon as well as moisture and toxins that may be in the soil. The average cost per house is generally around $1500.

Don’t hesitate to utilize this affordable method to make sure your home is a safe place.

our Process

Paladin Home Inspections performs quick, reliable radon tests, taking about 48 hours. If you are considering putting your house on the market, you should have it tested right away.

Detection is simple: We set a monitor in the lowest point of your house and where there is little or no air movement. State-of-the-art equipment produces a fast, accurate report within a couple of days, explaining what actions to take, if necessary.

If radon is detected, mitigation involves inserting a vent from below the basement floor through the roof. A small fan draws out and removes the radon as well as moisture and toxins that may be in the soil. The average cost per house is generally around $1500.

Don’t hesitate to utilize this affordable method to make sure your home is a safe place.

Our Promise

Prompt scheduling

When it's time to buy or sell, we provide prompt, reliable service that replaces uncertainty with knowledge.

IR Certified

We're Infrared Certified and provide a thorough inspection via infrared cameras during every inspection.

High Standards

Paladin Home Inspections follows the standards set in place by the American Society of Home Inspectors.

Customer Service

We're here to educate and inform homeowners while answering any and every question that comes up.

Pricing

Radon Test

Find out the radon levels in your home
$ 200
  • Radon test with 48-hour results

Inspection + Radon Test

Book dual services for 100% confidence
$ 585*
  • 3–4 hour home inspection
  • Comprehensive, 30-page report
  • Photos of issue areas
  • Radon test with 48-hour results
Popular

Radon Test

Find out the radon levels in your home
$ 200
  • Radon test with 48-hour results

Inspection + Radon Test

Book dual services for 100% confidence
$ 585*
  • 3–4 hour home inspection
  • Comprehensive, 30-page report
  • Photos of issue areas
  • Radon test with 48-hour results
Popular
"Joe was very thorough and easy to work with. He was willing to travel, meet quick schedules, prompt, easy to get in touch with, and when it was all said and done, he provided a very comprehensive analysis of the property. In my case, he made various recommendations about what could be improved—although not required or necessary—and how to improve them. I would definitely recommend Joe/Paladin for your home inspection."
Peter Winberg