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Why Would a Homebuyer Need Radon Testing In Maryland?

Radon is a radioactive gas that you cannot see, smell or taste and is connected to over 20,000 lung cancer- related deaths per year according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  The Baltimore-Washington area has been classified as a region with higher potential for elevated radon levels. When you inhale air that has been contaminated by  radon the odds of getting lung cancer can increase drastically. 

According to the EPA, those living in a home exposed to radon have a far greater chance of getting lung cancer because they live in a high-risk zone. Consequently the only way to determine how much radon is in your home is to get a radon test. For this reason, when a home contains significant radon levels, it is possible to remove it, reducing the odds of getting lung cancer.    

 
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How Does Radon Testing In Maryland Work?

Maryland Radon Testing Requirements:

When you work with 4U Inspection Services, you can expect us to test for radon, explain our testing requirements, and educate you about the risks associated with radon. 

Facts About Radon

Factors That Lead to a Radon Problem Include:

Radon can enter your home at any place at any time even through well water. As a matter of fact some entry points include cracks in the foundation, basement walls, and floors. Nevertheless it’s easier than ever to get your home tested for a radon problem! In fact, 4u Inspection Services  can conduct a radon test in your home in as little as 48 to 72 hours! Last but not least to learn more about our Maryland radon testing services, call 1-443-539–8710 or schedule your appointment online today!

How Radon Enters a Home

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