All of our home inspections are performed by State of Georgia licensed inspectors and adhere to the Standards of Practice of the Georgia Real Estate Commission. All of our reports are printed and e-mailed with embedded color photos and easy to understand findings. We answer all of your questions about your new home during an informative walk-thru at the end of the inspection that will give you the peace of mind that no stone has been left unturned.
According to a 2003 report EPA’s Assessment of Risks from Radon in Homes from the United States Environmental Protection Agency, epidemiological evidence shows a clear link between lung cancer and high concentrations of radon, with 21,000 radon-induced U.S. lung cancer deaths per year—second only to cigarette smoking. Thus in geographic areas where radon is present in heightened concentrations, radon is considered a significant indoor air contaminant.
ZONE 1 (RED) zone 1 has the highest potential for above average readings.
ZONE 2 (ORANGE) zone 2 has a moderate potential for above average readings.
ZONE 3 (YELLOW) zone 3 has a low potential for above average readings.