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Maryland Radon Testing
So, if you don’t know the radon level in your home, then you should consider getting a radon testing done and protect yourself and your family from the dangers of radon. Radon exposure is a hazard but there is a simple solution to counter it. There are many radon reduction systems that can reduce the levels of radon present in your home by up to around 99% and they can even bring down very high levels to levels that are acceptable.
Property Inspection Pros is the leading company for radon testing in Maryland and we help the residents of Maryland to measure the level of radioactive radon gas in your home. Our Property Inspection Pros radon testing experts understand the risks and dangers associated with radon and strives for the highest levels of integrity and practice offered in radon testing.
Our specialists are trained and certified and make use of state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to ensure that we provide our customers with reliable results. Our team is highly experienced and have detailed knowledge of the measurement techniques to ensure that the testing is accurate.
Health Risks of Radon
Radon is a carcinogenic radioactive gas. When uranium breaks down naturally in the rocks, soil and water, radon is produced, which enters the air. The radon gas further decays into radioactive particles and when you breathe, these particles get trapped in your lungs causing lung tissue damage and in the long run, it can cause lung cancer.
Everyone exposed to high levels of radon does not develop lung cancer and it may be several years between the exposure and the onset of lung cancer. When combined with smoking, radon is especially a very serious risk.
The chances of a person developing lung cancer due to exposure to radon depend on:
- The levels of radon in your home.
- The amount of time spent at home.
- If you are a smoker or you were a smoker in the past.
What Is Radon Testing?
The test for radon is a simple test that is non-invasive and can be conducted within 48-96 hours in order to determine the presence of radon gas. First, the inspector will place the measurement devices in your home. And once the test is completed, the inspector will collect the devices. A detailed analysis is conducted in a certified lab and usually, you will receive the results within two days of the samples being submitted for analysis.