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Radon Gas Testing Services

Radon Gas Death ChartRadon Gas is a type of soil gas which, occurs naturally. According to the EPA, it has been concluded that Radon is the second leading cause of deaths due to lung cancer in the US, with the first cause being smoking. For exposure to Radon for the average citizens, the EPA has set the standard of 4.0pCi/L, as the maximum exposure limit.

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Why is radon gas testing necessary?

When you’re in the market to purchase a new home or if you’re just maintaining your current home or business, radon testing should be a high priority on your checklist. The negative health effects of living in a home – or working in a building – with high radon levels is the main reason you should have your home inspected. The fact that you can’t see, smell, or taste radon is another reason it’s so important to have a professional test the air. Your family’s life could be at stake, and having the peace of mind that your home or business doesn’t have high levels of radon is priceless.

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We Use Professional Continuous Radon Monitors

Radon Gas MonitorThere are many types of radon gas testing devices on the market today, because of our commitment to providing the most accurate testing results possible, we have invested in what is widely considered the best and most reliable continuous radon monitors available. With other systems you must send them to a laboratory to be read the results with very little accuracy. Using a continuous radon monitor allows us to control the entire process and have accurate results the second the test is completed.

How Radon Gas Enters Your Home

How Ragon Gas Enters a HomeRadon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas produced by the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water. Air pressure inside your home is usually lower than the pressure in the soil around your home’s foundation. Because of this difference in pressure, your house acts like a vacuum, drawing radon in through foundation cracks and other openings. Your home then traps the radon inside, where it can build up. Any home may have a radon problem. This means new and old homes, well-sealed and drafty homes, and homes with or without basements.

Radon may also be present in well water and can be released into the air in your home when water is used for showering and other household uses. In most cases, radon entering the home through water is a small risk compared with radon entering your home from the soil. In a small number of homes, the building materials (e.g., granite and certain concrete products) can give off radon, although building materials rarely cause radon problems by themselves. In the United States, radon gas in soils is the principal source of elevated radon levels in homes.

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What Our Client's Are Saying

We were very pleased with Trademark from beginning to end. Tyler was our inspector and he did a thorough job and was very nice. The price was reasonable and we would recommend them and use them again.

Misty L – Belleville, MI

“As a first time home buyer I am putting everything I have into buying my first home. As I approached one step closer to owning a home, I felt the need to have a private inspection to make sure my investment was a good one. Matt was a godsend! He did so much for me in so little time and saved me from a lifetime of headache and financial problems. I am forever thankful for meeting him and his staff and will recommend him to every and any homeowner I come in contact with. Thank you trademark inspection for being genuine people who look out for the well being of other people!”.

Shawnah Joyce – Taylor, MI

Our Certifications

Certified Master Inspector
Certified professional home inspectors
Certified Inspection Expert
International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants
NAMP - Certified Mold Inspector

Trademark Home Inspection, LLC - Service Area

Trademark Home Inspection, LLC proudly serves the following Michigan Cities and the surrounding areas:

Adrian, Allen Park, Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills,  Belleville, Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, Brighton, Brownstown, Canton, Clarkston, Clawson, Chelsea, Carleton, Commerce Township, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Detroit, Dexter, Dundee, Ecorse, Erie, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Flat Rock, Garden City, Gibraltar, Grosse Ile, Grosse Pointe, Harper Woods, Hazel Park, Highland Park, Howell, Hudson, Huntington Woods, Huron Township, Ida, Inkster, Jackson,  Keego Harbor, Lambertville, La Salle, Lathrup Village, Lincoln Park, Livonia, Luna Pier, Madison Heights, Manchester, Maybee, Melvindale, Milan, Monroe, Morenci, New Boston, Newport, Northville, Novi, Oak Park, Petersburg, Pittsfield Township, Pleasant Ridge, Plymouth, Pontiac, Redford, River Rouge, Riverview, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Rockwood, Romulus, Royal Oak, Saline, Southfield, Southgate, South Lyon, Sterling Heights, Sumpter, Taylor, Tecumseh, Temperance, Trenton, Troy, Walled Lake, Waterford, Wayne, Warren, Willis, West Bloomfield, Westland, Wixom, Woodhaven, Wyandotte, and Ypsilanti.

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We Are Open!

First we would like to say our thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected by COVID-19. We would like to also express our sincere gratitude for all of the first responders and their hard work.

In light of recent news regarding COVID-19 in Michigan, The Department of Insurance and Financial Services, inspections are deemed an “Essential Service”, and our office has implemented policies in line with what the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services are recommending. All of our inspectors have also taken and passed the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI’s) class COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for Home Inspectors and gained Certification.

Keeping Everyone SAFE!

Typically, we encourage our client(s) to attend their home inspection however, the current COVID-19 guidelines dictate that we no longer are allowed to have our client(s) or their agents  attend the inspection. Our inspectors will call the client at the end of the inspection and once payment is received to briefly sum up our findings. In addition, we require that the sellers must also vacate their home during the inspection. In order to comply with CDC guidelines, if they do not have another residence they are welcome to stay in their vehicle, at the premises, during the inspection.

During inspections we will: 

  • Wash hands multiple times during every inspection, especially after touching things like faucets and door handles.
  • Bring hand towels or paper towels for drying our hands. 
  • If available, we’ll keep hand sanitizer nearby and use it when needed.
  • If available, use disinfectant wipes or the equivalent on faucets and door handles.
  • We will not shake hands or bump fists.
  • We will avoid touching our faces.
  • If requested by the seller, our inspector will wear a mask during the inspection.
  • If any of our inspectors have a fever or cough, we will not conduct the inspection.
  • If any of our inspectors have been exposed to COVID-19, we will not conduct the inspection.

Likewise, if anyone in your household has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 21 days, have come in contact with someone who has, or if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, we kindly ask that you reschedule to a later date:  

  • Fever
  • Coughing
  • Shortness of Breath

Thank you again for trusting Trademark Home Inspection, LLC with your inspection needs and please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.

COVID-19 Safe Practices