Alberta building codes requires that ALL NEW HOMES that had permits pulled after November 1, 2015 must have a Radon Rough-in for a sub-floor depressurization system.
Once the home is occupied the home should be TESTED FOR RADON. I am working directly with New Home Builders in the area to ensure their clients have a Certified Radon Measurement Professional at hand to come in and perform the Radon Inspection.
I want the public to understand that all homes contain Radon, the question is how much. It doesn't mean your home was poorly built if there is Radon in your home. I also want to ensure that everyone is aware that Radon is a FIXABLE problem.
To protect yourself and your investment you should have a Radon & Home Inspection performed.
I am working with local Realtors & their buyers/sellers to ensure the process remains smooth and painless for them and their clients. Having a home tested for Radon will not slow down the sale process in any way.
The Real Estate Guideline Test
The test is performed during a 96 hour time period and the home can remain occupied. The occupants must keep the windows closed for the entire duration of the test.
Results are sent to my customer immediately upon test completion.
Have you thought about a Pre-Sale Inspection?
By having a pre-sale home inspection and a Radon Test completed you are achieving the following:
Tell your realtor you want a radon inspection for your protection.
Radon Radar offers testing in commercial office buildings as well as schools and daycares. Please contact us for a personalized quote.