Every week I will give you guys a home maintenance tip that you can do to keep your home well maintained throughout the year saving yourselves some money along the way.
These tips are through the the eyes of a licensed home inspector, and they are some of the things that typically “pop up” in a home inspection.
Today’s tip will be focused on radon testing.
If you haven't had your home checked for radon, fall is a good time to do so. The weather gets cooler and windows stay shut more often, so radon is more likely to become trapped in your home.
Radon at high enough levels can be extremely harmful, so it's very important to have a test done to find out how much radon is in your home.
My name is Chris Dallaglio and I'm the owner of Total Eclipse Inspections LLC. I'm a licensed Home Inspector, Radon Measurement Professional, U.S. Dept of Energy Home Energy Score Assessor, part-time blogger.