At Greenlight, Home Inspections
Maryland homes have higher than average radon levels.
Pennsylvania homes have even higher levels than Maryland.
Every home should be tested.
Radon testing is simple and unobtrusive. At Greelight Home Inspections, we use the Radalink AirCat system to test for Radon. The monitor not only measures Radon, but also temperature, barometric pressure, and relative humidity. In addition, the monitor has a battery backup and tilt sensors to virtually eliminate any chances of tampering with the results. The test requires a minimum of 48 hours of placement. After the test is complete, the inspector, uploads the data to Radalink. The data is analyzed by expert technicians and the results are text messaged to the inspector usually within that hour. A comprehensive report is then emailed to the client, and by request, to the clients agent.
Greenlight Home Inspection is PA-DEP state certified to perform Radon testing in Pennsylvania
Radon Test $169
Radon Test with Home Inspection $125*
*See below for details and restrictions
Facts about Radon
1 - Radon is a toxic gas that can get into the interior air of your house
2 - Radon is a colorless, odorless gas
3 - The only way to know if you have a Radon issue is to test for it.
4 - Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer in the US
5 - You can have elevated Radon and your neighbor may not and vice versa
6 - Maryland has higher than average Radon concentrations in many counties
7 - Mitigation of Radon costs less than most minor home projects
* Radon rates apply to the following counties:
Adams County, PA
Baltimore City, MD
Baltimore County, MD
Carroll County, MD
Frederick County, MD
Howard County, MD
York County, PA
For all other locations, please contact Greenlight Home Inspections.
* A $15 discount applies for locations in Carroll County and NW Baltimore County (Reisterstown, Randallstown and Owings Mills)