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Living in New Jersey means it’s important to get radon testing from a trained and experienced professional in the industry. Not just as part of your New Jersey home inspections but a separate service to help protect your home and safeguard your loved ones.

Radon testing should be performed in this area because concentrations can be high. This is a harmful gas that also happens to be odorless, tasteless, and invisible.

In other words, it’s not only dangerous, it’s not easy to detect. You can be exposed to it right now and not know it without proper testing. In fact, it could be high levels and too much exposure can result in very serious health issues and is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.

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What Is Radon?

The good news is that if you work with a home inspector to get radon testing and discover the presence of this gas, it can be fairly easily mitigated. So what exactly is radon and what do you need to know about it?

  • This is a naturally occurring gas formed as byproducts of uranium breaking down. Unfortunately, although difficult to detect without proper testing, it can have devastating effects.
  • So how does it end up inside your home? It’s common for radon to gain access through the ground under your home and then seeping in. Things like improperly sealed joints and foundation cracks are easy ways for this gas to gain entry. You may even find your granite counter tops are a source of radon.
  • Testing for radon should be done before you buy a home. Even if you’ve owned a house in the same area, it can differ from household to household. It’s also a good idea to continue to get radon testing as an ongoing service because the levels can fluctuate.

We want to help you by providing you with radon testing in New Jersey, so call today to schedule your time.

If you’re looking for professional radon testing in New Jersey, call today at 201-699-6608 or complete our online request form.