Category: Radon

Most Common Problems Found during Home Inspections

Standard home inspections have the potential to uncover a vast amount of problems with any property, but some are more common than others. Even if a property seems perfect on the outside, there could be a long list of issues that you may only find out about after the inspection is complete. While obviously not… Read more »

Buying Your First Home? Get a Home Inspection

First home buyers home inspections

Buying your first home can be very exciting. It’s a pretty big step in someone’s life when they have the ability to own a piece of property. There also comes a great responsibility when it comes to homeownership. You can’t rely on landlords or building maintenance companies to fix your problems. However, there is one… Read more »

A Home Inspection During the Winter Months

Home inspections for the winter season

Winter brings a plethora of obstacles when it comes to your home. By this, we mean that the winter weather can bring some difficult problems to your home if you don’t take care of them properly. The cold weather combined with snow can have an effect on your home and your home’s utilities. Having a… Read more »

Be Present During Your Home Inspection

As a homeowner, it’s very important to be present during a home inspection for many reasons. A home inspection is crucial for your home’s life. Electrical and mechanical equipment can have problems along the road, which need to be fixed in order for you to live comfortably and safe in your house. Paying attention to… Read more »

Radon a Possible Factor in Blood Cancers

You can’t see it. You can’t smell it. But you can detect it. What is it? Radon. This radioactive gas can sneak into your home from the ground, working into your home’s air and into your living space. According to a recent study published in Environmental Research, radon is being linked to blood cancers. Radon… Read more »

Radon – A Silent, Odorless and Deadly Problem

The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized January as National Radon Protection Month in an effort to build awareness for the dangerous effects undetected radon can have in homes. While we’ve now moved into February, radon is a serious issue for homeowners and residents all year long. Winter tends to be the best time to test… Read more »