Radon is an odorless, colorless gas that commonly affects homes. The only way to know if there is radon in your home is through testing to determine if you and your family are at risk. Veteran Inspections & Services offers radon testing in the Jenison, Michigan area.

Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in the United States in non-smokers. Is that a risk you're willing to take? If radon is detected in your home, we'll make recommendations for the best way to mitigate the problem. Call 616-379-9388 today to schedule radon testing in Jenison, MI or the surrounding area.

Learn more about radon testing

Learn more about radon testing

We use a continuous monitor to test for radon at your home. A continuous radon monitor gives you active readings about what's happening in your home. We'll use the collected data to create a report.

We'll make the inspection process as stress-free as possible. We will:

1. Schedule an inspection at a time that works best for you
2. Use specialized equipment to conduct a test
3. Give you a detailed report of what we find

Radon enters your home through cracks and spaces in the foundation. Radon levels that are 4 picocuries per liter or higher should be addressed as soon as possible. It's best to have your home tested for radon before or soon after purchasing it.

Contact Veteran Inspections & Services today for radon testing information in the Jenison, MI area.

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Radon FAQs

What is radon?
-Radon is a odorless and colorless gas that may be present in your home. The Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second highest cause of lung cancer in the United States outside of smoking. The gas is produced by the natural breakdown of uranium in environmental elements such as soil, rock, and water. When radon becomes a gas, it mixes with the air that you breathe. As radon gets into homes, offices, and other buildings, it can build up. As you spend the majority of your time in your house, that is often where the greatest exposure can occur.

Can I test for radon in my home?
-As this is an odorless and colorless gas, testing is the only way to determine the levels present in your home. The EPA and Surgeon General recommend testing for all homes on the 3rd or lower floor. The testing process is non-invasive and can be preformed by your radon testing trained home inspector.

How do I fix my home if there is a radon issue?
-Radon reduction systems are relatively affordable and can decrease levels by up to 99%.
How did radon get into my home in the first place?
-Most often, radon gas enters your home through cracks or holes. Radon from soil decay is most common, but these are additional ways that radon can enter your house:

  • Cracks in solid floors
  • Construction joints
  • Cracks in walls
  • Gaps in suspended floors
  • Gaps around service pipes
  • Cavities inside walls
  • The water supply


-Once inside the home the radon is trapped by the house and cannot escape, causing a buildup.

Radon is an odorless gas that commonly affects homes in Michigan. When radon enters your house, it can cause significant health problems for you and your family. To keep your home safe, it is important to have routine inspections.

The pros at Veteran Inspections & Services provide exceptional radon testing services in Jenison, MI, including Ottawa County and Georgetown Township.

Call 616-379-9388 now to speak with a trusted inspector about your home.

Testing your home for radon is as easy as 1, 2, 3

Veteran Inspections & Services is a trusted radon inspection company that provides service in Jenison, MI and the surrounding area. When you choose us, we'll make the inspection process as stress-free as possible. Here's what we'll do:

ONE

Schedule an inspection time that fits your schedule

TWO

Use specialized equipment to conduct a thorough inspection

THREE

Give you a detailed report of our findings

If there is radon in your home, we'll help you figure out the best way to mitigate the problem right away.

Contact us now for more details about our radon inspection services.