TREC LICENSE #23525

Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that can enter a home in a variety of ways. Exposure to elevated levels of radon can cause serious health problems. 



High Radon Potential (probable indoor radon average >4pCi/L)

These links provide more information regarding Radon and Radon testing:

For Your Protection, Get an Inspection

SharpSight Home Inspections

(817) 807-8800

The EPA recommends all homes be tested for radon and taking action if the radon level is 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) or higher. Levels lower than 4 pCi/L may still be harmful.

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Radon issues can be fixed and even higher levels can be reduced to acceptable levels.


Testing is the only way to determine if your home's radon levels pose a threat.


Schedule a radon test today!

Information About Radon

Low Radon Potential (probable indoor radon average <2 pCi/L)

Moderate Radon Potential (probable indoor radon average 2-4pCi/L)

Texas Radon Map