Certified Radon Inspector

“Unseen Threat: Detecting Radon in Your Home”

To ensure safety, it’s crucial to test the radon level in your home. Our radon-certified inspectors are available for radon testing in North Carolina and South Carolina, covering areas like Asheville, Raleigh, Charlotte, Fort Mill, and Rock Hill.

Unveiling Radon: The Silent Threat in Your Home

Radon, a radioactive material found in the earth, is a silent threat as it can’t be seen, felt, or smelled. Associated with lung cancer, it ranks second only to smoking in its health risks. The Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigation for homes with radon levels at 4.0 pCi/L or higher. Discover more about radon gases in the video provided. For additional details, visit ncradon.org. #radon #lungcancer #EPA #mitigation #ncradon

Ensuring Safety: Uncover the Secrets of Testing Radon Levels!

To effectively test for radon in your home, you have two options: a passive test using a charcoal device or an active test conducted by our certified professional. Opting for an active test, despite being slightly pricier, ensures accuracy. HIC offers affordable radon testing in North and South Carolina by Certified Radon Radon specialists. Discovering high radon levels can be concerning, but it’s crucial for a safe home environment. Contact us in Asheville, Raleigh, Charlotte, Fort Mill, Rock Hill, and nearby areas for expert radon testing services.

For further insights on radon, delve into our collection of informative blog posts.

How Is Radon Tested

What are the risks of living in a house with high radon levels?

For more information on Radon please use the EPA links below.
A Citizen's Guide To Radon
Basic - RADON - Facts
Home Buyer’s and Seller’s Guide to Radon
Consumer’s Guide to Radon Reduction
How to Fix Your Home
Radon What is it?
What are the risks?
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