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Professional Laboratory Testing Services for Real Estate Transactions

Radon is a colorless, odorless gas. It is a gas you can't see, smell or taste. But it may be a problem in your home. 
the Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. Only smoking causes more lung cancer deaths. 

New! Continuous Radon Monitors for faster results

Maine State Registered Radon Testing Company #SMC325

 

Lead & Asbestos Testing: More than half of Maine homes may have lead paint or asbestos present. Exposure to lead is most common in buildings built before 1950 (when paint contained up to 50% lead), and Asbestos most commonly in buildings built in the 1970's.  The only way to positively identify lead or asbestos is through laboratory testing.
 
InterNACHI Certified Indoor Air Quality Inspection Company
Water Quality: The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (MECDC) develops Maximum Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) to assist risk managers, homeowners and others in making decisions regarding the suitability for human consumption of drinking water contaminated by chemicals.
 
InterNACHI Certified Water Quality Testing Company
Mold Inspections: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not regulate mold or mold spores in the air. Therefore, it is up to homeowners to protect themselves.  A Complete Mold Inspection is performed in accordance with the Mold Inspection Standards of Practice of the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants.
 
IAC2 Certified Mold Inspection Specialist Company

SewerScan video inspection of the sewer lateral from the home to municipal main sewer line connection.  SewerScope could uncover unknown sewer line issues including blockages, roots, bellies, off-sets, cracks and collapses as well as undesirable materials such as clay tile and orangeburg pipe.  SewerScan includes a copy of the video and a full report.

Maine Inspection is a certified SewerScan tm Contractor