Radon Inspections

Tri-County Inspections has been providing home inspections throughout Cuyahoga, Lorain and Medina counties since 2001.  Today, we offer inspection services in over 10 counties. 

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Clients often ask, should I get a radon test or not? Below is some helpful information to help you make that decision.

What is Radon and How Does it Impact Your Health?

“Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and chemically inert radioactive gas. It is formed by the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil, and water. It can be found in all 50 states. Testing for it is the only way of telling how much is present.”

Scary Facts:

  • Radon IS real.  It is a radioactive gas that kills one person every 25 minutes in the us alone.
  • Radon is responsible for at least 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year in the United States alone.
  • Deaths Per Year Comparison
    • Radon Deaths: 21,000+
    • Drunk Driving Deaths: 17,400
    • Falls in the home: 8,000
    • Carbon Monoxide: 430

Common Myth’s About Radon:

  • If my neighbors home has radon so will mine?  Fact: No, this is not true.  All homes are unique.  
  • I’ve been in my home a long time now and everything seems fine?  Fact: This doesn’t mean it is. Only a test can say for sure.
  • My home is new so it will not have radon?.  Fact: Age of a house has nothing to do with radon levels.  All home are unique.  
  • Radon testing is difficult, time-consuming and Expensive? Fact: Radon testing is easy and inexpensive.
  • Radon testing devices are unreliable, and difficult to find? Fact: Radon testing devices are easily purchased through Reliable radon testing companies.

This inspection includes the placement of testing devices to measure the ongoing level of radon in the habitable areas of the home. These measurements evaluate the level of radon to determine if any form of improvement is required.

There’s an EPA document that provides the basic information everyone should know about Radon. And can be referenced at: A Citizen’s Guide to Radon

Other guides that are also available for download from the EPA website are:

Home Buyer’s and Seller’s Guide to Radon
Radon in Schools
Radon: A Physician’s Guide

Other Radon-specific publications are located at:
Indoor Air Quality-specific publications

If you plan to make repairs yourself, be sure to contact your state radon office or visit the publications site for a current copy of EPA’s technical guidance on radon mitigation:
Regulations:Where You Live

Another great site for additional information is: How Stuff Works-Radon

Radon Test Sample Report

Click this report to see our sample Radon Report.

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Tri-County Inspections

33312 Vineyard Park
Avon, OH 44011

Call or Text: 440-653-1947
email: mike@tri-countyinspections.com

Service Area:Tri-County Inspections home inspectors are doing inspections across ten Ohio counties including: Lorain CountyCuyahoga CountyLake CountyMedina CountySummit County, Wayne CountyHolmes CountyGeauga CountyPortage County, and Stark County

Home Inspection Discounts:  At Tri-County Inspections our home inspections cost less while you get more - a quality, color, home inspection report with more pictures than you would expect.  Plus we are one of the only home inspection companies that regularly offers discounts for the following: Veterans, Military, Police, Fire, Doctors, Nurses, Teachers, Dentists, Realtors and Engineers and more!  When you schedule your inspection, let us know what you do for a living to see if you qualify for a home inspection discount.

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