Radon Testing for Residents of Wisconsin

Radon testing is a service the team at AmeriSpec Home Inspection Service provides in addition to home inspections. While it’s important to test during the process of buying or selling your home, our team of Wisconsin radon testing experts remind residents that you can have this done at any time. If you have concerns about radon, don’t hesitate to contact us. In this blog, we’re going to provide some information about radon and why radon testing is important in Wisconsin and across the country.

Are You Worried About Radon?

Are you worried about the presence of radon in your home? If not, it’s something that you should at least consider as a possibility. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 1 in 15 homes has an elevated level of radon present. This statistic proves that it is a legitimate possible threat to your family’s safety and security. High levels of radon have been reported in all 50 states. So, if you think this can’t happen to you – it can!

Why Test for Radon?

An initial round of radon testing can tell you whether or not you have a bigger problem on your hands. Radon is colorless and odorless, so the only way you’re going to know if it’s in your home is if you get your home tested for it. When you have a professional team in Wisconsin take care of radon testing for you, you know it was done right and the results are accurate. If the results come back positive, you can begin to work on reducing the level of radon in your home.

Contact Our Wisconsin Radon Testing Team

If you’re in need of a team in Wisconsin to perform radon testing, contact us today! You can call us at 952-854-5110 or contact us online.

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