Radon Testing Services
Bald Eagle Inspection Services, LLC is a certified Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider. In many cases, when a property fails a radon test, it is due to inexperience with proper placement and handling of the testing media and test areas. When a radon test kit is placed in an inappropriate location, false readings can occur. Most providers do not realize that there is an optimal location in every property to run the test. I ensure a proper test process by inspecting each property prior to opening the test media and verifying the proper placement location of the test kits.
Serving all areas of Upstate New York, including Saratoga Springs, Malta, Ballston Spa, Clifton Park, Schenectady, Troy, Rensselaer County and upper Albany County. We will travel further for an additional fee.
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For more on radon gas visit EPA Radon.
If you require a radon retest to verify high or low results or as part of a complete home inspection service, contact Bald Eagle Inspection Services today!
I provide this service in Saratoga Springs, Ballston Spa, Malta, Clifton Park, Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Rensselaer County areas and many more surrounding areas.
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How do you test for radon?
To be sure that you are getting the most accurate test results you can hire a professional who tests for radon gas. The inspector will typically leave radon test kits in appropriate locations in your home for at least two days. The test kits will then be retrieved after a minimum amount of exposure and sent to a lad for analysis.
What causes radon?
Radon is a colorless odorless gas that comes from the natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. The only way to know if you have elevated radon in your home is to test for it.
How does radon get into my home?
Radon can enter your home through cracks in the foundation, floor drains, or other openings. Once it’s in your home, it can build up to high levels considered hazardous. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) action level is 4.0 picoCuries per liter of air (pCi/L).
Is radon dangerous?
Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers and claims the lives of about 21,000 Americans each year.
How much is a radon mitigation system?
The cost of a radon mitigation system depends on the size and layout of your home, as well as the severity of your radon problem. However, most systems cost between $1,500 and $2,500.