Radon Testing

Radon Testing CT

Radon is a radioactive gas released from the normal decay of uranium, thorium and radium in rocks and soil. You cannot see it- it is odorless, tasteless and invisible. Radon can only be detected by specialized Radon detectors. Radon can enter homes through cracks in floors, walls or foundations and collect indoors. Radon decays quickly and can be present in ground water but is most dangerous when inhaled. Long term exposure to Radon can lead to lung cancer, in fact Radon exposure is the second main cause of lung cancer nationally after smoking. 

Pilgrim Home Inspections agrees with The Connecticut State Department of Health in recommending that “all Connecticut residents throughout the state test the air in their homes for Radon.” Daniel Terrell with Pilgrim Home Inspections is a Radon Measurement Professional credentialed by The National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) and uses the most advanced Continuous Radon Monitors and provide concise, user-friendly reports. 

The testing unit is set up during your home inspection and picked up from location two to three days later. Testing results are available within 24 hours and can be sent electronically. Pilgrim Home Inspections is concerned about the health of you and your family and is proud to offer competitive pricing on Radon testing. Radon Testing can be booked as a stand alone service or can be bundled with your home inspection to save you money. 

Bundle your radon testing with one or two of our other ancillary services for more savings and peace of mind. Contact us today to learn more about radon testing CT.
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