Measuring indoor radon levels will give you insight into an important aspect of a home’s air quality and let you know if your dream house has a radon problem. If it does, your agent can work to negotiate the price down to cover radon mitigation costs.
What if you already own a home but have never had radon testing performed before? It’s never too late to take care of this important health and safety precaution. It’s easy to purchase a test kit from the hardware store, but it’s even better to call a professional home inspector who is also certified to perform and further evaluate the results of a radon test.
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