The full inspection includes the following components:
Basement or Crawl
Types of Inspections:
Single-Family Home Inspections
Multi-Family Home Inspections
New Construction – Phase Inspections
New Home Construction Before Closing
Historic Home and Property Inspections
Mold Sampling / Lab Testing
Seller Pre-Listing Inspection
Why Radon Inspections?
Don’t take chances with your health. Call us now for a free radon testing quote.
Any home can have a radon problem, including new or old homes, well-sealed or leaky homes, and homes with or without a basement.
Radon is a serious health hazard and is colorless, odorless, and radioactive. Radon gas forms naturally from the decay (breaking down) of radioactive elements found in the soil and migrates (seeps) into homes. When inhaled, these radioactive particles can damage the cells that line the lung. Long-term exposure to radon has been proven to cause lung cancer. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), radon gas is a carcinogen and is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers in the United States.
The advantage of using a certified, licensed radon test professional is that we perform radon testing with advanced state-of-the-art calibrated equipment and provide you with accurate results typically within 24 hours after completing the testing.
Why Mold Inspections?
Not Every Home Needs Mold Testing:
Mold is everywhere and in every home, but it only becomes a problem when there is too much of it and poses potential health risks or when it becomes unsightly and risks causing property damage. A proper mold inspection will involve sampling areas of visible evidence of current or former growth. Contact Right Home Inspections if you have any concerns about exposure for you and your family.