Radon Inspections When Selling Tucson Home

Are Radon Inspections Required To Sell A Tucson Home?

What Sellers Need To Know About Tucson Radon Inspections

Tucson Radon Inspections - Seller ConsiderationsTucson Radon Inspections may be done by a Buyer of a Tucson Home.   As with all other Tucson Home Inspections, Tucson Radon Inspections should be completed within the inspection period set forth in the Purchase Contract.

We will work with you & the Buyers Agent to schedule Tucson Radon Inspections.  Good scheduling of Tucson Radon Inspections with other Tucson Home Inspections minimizes the inspector visits you will have.

As with any Tucson Home Inspection, Tucson Radon Inspections with have a written report for your review.  Should Tucson Radon Inspections identify any issues they will be include in the Buyers Inspection Notice.  As your Tucson Real Estate agents, we will review the “BINSR” with you.

Other Inspections That May Be Done By A Buyer

Along with Tucson Radon Inspections, Tucson Termite Inspection and Tucson Roof Inspection also provide valuable information to the Buyer’s purchase decision.  Some Buyers want to have Tucson Pool Inspection or Tucson Mold Inspection. If suggested by the Tucson Home Inspection a Tucson Structural Inspection may be required.  Should the property have a septic system a Tucson Septic Inspection would be done by the Buyer.

Questions about the Tucson Real Estate Market,Tucson Homes for Sale or Tucson Radon Inspections? Call Us 866 316 5575 OR complete the CONTACT FORM and we will get right back to you!

For those that want to know. Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas.  You cannot see, smell or taste radon.   The Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States..  If you smoke and your home has high radon levels, you’re at high risk for developing lung cancer.

Some scientific studies of radon exposure indicate that children may be more sensitive to radon. This may be due to their higher respiration rate and their rapidly dividing cells.  It is believed rapidly dividing cells may be more vulnerable to radiation damage.

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