Roof condition and future probabilities, flashings, sidings,t rims, garage doors, entry doors, windows, etc.
Fireplace, chimneys, gas lines, heat exchanger or boiler, evaporator/condensor, compressor, combustion air, ducting/radiators, etc.
Gas and water lines, water heater, laundry faucets and valves, drains, pumps, oil tanks, LPG tanks, etc.
Service panel, wire sizes and types, service drop grounding, door bell, weather head, GFCI circuits, fixtures, switches, receptacles, etc.
Shower, tub, whirpool, lavatory, toilet, faucets, flooring, walls/ceiling, ceramic tile, counter top, mirror, etc.
Water damage, walls/ceilings, flooring, weather-stripping, firewalls, smoke alarms, hand and guard rails, windows/doors, cabinets, etc.
Flooring, plumbing and electrical connections, etc.
Foundation(s), basement/crawl space, framing members, attic, insulation, venting, clearances, remodel effects, etc.
RADON monitoring for residential and commercial properties have become a common occurence to safegurad the health and well being of occupants.
These tests are a small price to pay for protecting people from the invisible threat that comes from RADON...
According to the Surgeon General of the United States, RADON is the second leading cause of lung cancer in our country. RADON is estimated to cause approximately 21,000 lung cancer seaths per year according to EPA's 2003 Assessment of risks from RADON in homes, only smoking causes more lung cancer deaths.