To get started, one of the things many of my Facebook and Twitter followers will know is that I am very proactive on Radon testing. Last week, I was inspecting a home in Bowie, MD, and I noticed what looked like a partially installed, or maybe it was partially removed, Radon mitigation system. I explained to the buyer what I had found, and that I suspected the sellers had either had a system and removed it, or tried to install a system on their own and not completed it. Now most people don't just decide to put in a Radon mitigation system unless they know there is an issue with the house. I suggested that we conduct a test, and they agreed. I got the results back yesterday, and they were 12.8 pCi/L!!! The EPA recommended limit for indoor Radon is 4.0 pCi/L. Needless to say, the buyers were very happy to find this out before they bought the house. I always say, would you rather find out that your home has high Radon as the buyer or the seller?
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