There’s a Better Way
Buyers: How do you know the home you’re buying has been tested accurately for Radon, and that the Radon system installed isn’t a fire hazard or so poorly installed that you’re not protected from Radon after all?
Sellers: How can you be sure the home you’re selling is safe, and that at some point you won’t be required to reinstall a new Radon system for the interested buyer of your home?
There is only one way buyers and sellers can know they’ve done their due diligence regarding Radon and the danger it represents: get a home inspector to test for Radon, not a Radon mitigation company. Radon mitigation companies can have a financial interest in a failed test, and if an unethical Radon mitigation company is hired to install a new system, you could still be in danger because their standards could be potentially low.
Learn how to protect yourselves and your loved ones by following the links above.