One in every 15 houses in Hillsborough County, Florida has elevated radon levels. If your home has not been tested by a professional inspector, contact Safeline Home Inspections today. You can trust our radon inspection service in Brandon, FL to check your home and make sure you and your family are safe. We proudly provide this service to homeowners across the Tampa area.
YOU DON'T KNOW UNLESS YOU TEST!
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When you hire Safeline Home Inspections to test your home for radon, you can rest assured you’re in good hands. Our trained and certified inspector will:
A common question that we get is how long will it take to get the results back when testing for Radon? We understand the time crunch or buyers are in when purchasing a house. For that reason, overnight shipping and rush analysis is included in the price of our radon testing. That being said, as long as the sample gets shipped before Thursday the typical turn around time is 4 day
Radon is a tasteless, odorless, and invisible gas that comes up out of the ground from the natural decomposing process of uranium rock in the soil. The Surgeon General has warned that Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. It was estimated that 20,000 lung cancer deaths are caused by radon each year. The elderly and small children are more susceptible to radon than middle aged adults. Regardless, it should be clearly stated that this is something you don not want large concentrations of in your home.
Did you know that our homes are like large vacuums? Most of our home have negative pressure in them. It is because of this negative pressure that radon is literally suck from the ground and lock inside of our houses allowing the concentration levels to build. Radon mis measured in pCi/L. Any house that I greater than 4 pCi/L is considered elevated and should consider having a radon mitigation system installed.
There is a Misconception in Florida that because my house is build on a slab my house cannot have radon. This is mostly false. While if a slab were whole with no cracks or other holes whatsoever I would agree with you. However, If you have ever removed the flooring of a house I have yet to find one where there were no cracks or other holes left in the slab. Radon gas can leak through these holes and crack and enter the house. Plumbing pipes are a prime location for this to happen. Holes that were made for plumbing can be a compromised arear where radon gas can enter the Home. In conclusion, If your house is build on a concrete slab, you will still not know if your house has radon unless you test for it.