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H&H Home Inspections LLC provides a comprehensive Radon Testing Inspection service. Our expert technicians utilize advanced detection equipment to meticulously assess radon gas levels within your home. We conduct precise measurements and thorough analysis to determine radon concentrations accurately. Our dedicated team compiles a comprehensive report detailing our findings and providing necessary recommendations. Rest assured, all our inspections adhere strictly to relevant regulations. Our mission is to provide you with peace of mind through reliable and precise results. With a commitment to delivering top-notch service, we prioritize your satisfaction as our esteemed customer.


At H&H Home Inspections LLC, our aim is to pinpoint potential indicators of improper installation, insufficient functionality, or the need for repair of radon mitigation systems.

Although neither InterNACHI's Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties nor InterNACHI's Home Inspection Standards of Practice mandate radon mitigation system inspections, we offer this service as part of an extensive commercial or residential property evaluation, or as an independent, standalone inspection. Your satisfaction is our priority.

Radon Testing


Radon testing is crucial for all homes, irrespective of their age or location.

According to the EPA, radon tests are recommended in the lowest livable area of the home, often the basement.

Two testing methods are available: passive and active. Passive involves placing a test kit in the home for a specified duration, while active employs electronic monitors for continuous radon level measurement.

For accurate results, the EPA suggests testing for at least 48 hours with sealed building conditions.

If radon levels exceed the EPA action level of 4.0 picocuries per liter (pCi/L), homeowners should take steps for mitigation.

Home inspectors should furnish a comprehensive report outlining test results and suggested mitigation measures.

Crucially, radon testing demands specialized expertise. Home inspectors must be properly certified. If uncertified, inspectors should recommend hiring a certified radon testing professional.

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