Sunday, November 1, 2015

Peace of Mind...

The EPA set an action level of 4 pCi/L for indoor radon. The EPA recommends that if radon is found above 4 pCi/L, those levels should be mitigated. 

There is still some risk at a level below 4 pCi/L, and the EPA suggests that people may want to mitigate their homes to get them as close to the ambient outdoor level as possible. Outdoor air has an average of approximately 0.4 pCi/L.

As part of your Tallahassee Home Inspection, or home check-up, ask your inspector about radon. Enjoy the peace of mind of knowing your indoor air levels are not at or above EPA action levels.

Radon can enter a home through water, diffusion, or sub-surface gas through the building envelope. Contact Blue Bear Home Inspection prior to scheduling your inspection to prepare your home for testing. The test is non- invasive and takes ~ 2-7 days to complete.

Thomas Ailstock, CPI - FL# HI9155
Blue Bear Home Inspection, LLC

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