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Testing for radon is not a one-time activity ...

A client purchased a house 15 years ago, and at that time the radon level was very low. My client is now selling his house, and the current radon level has been measured at 10 times the original level - now well above the EPA’s safety limit. Fortunately, mitigation can reduce the radon down to acceptable levels. Unfortunately, my client and his family needlessly and unknowingly lived with high radon levels. This is why the EPA recommends having your house tested for radon every two years, or when the house undergoes any renovations. Have Detecta Home Inspections test your NJ house for radon today!

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