Radon is a radioactive gas that's naturally present in the environment. It's colorless, odorless, and tasteless, making it virtually undetectable without specialized equipment. Despite its invisible nature, radon poses significant health risks, including being the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. Buying or Selling a Home One of the most common times to conduct radon testing is when buying or selling a home. If you're looking to purchase a property, it's important to know if there's a radon issue before finalizing the transaction.
One of the things that helped sell my home quickly, at least according to my real estate agent, was the time I spent fixing up the landscaping. I knew about the importance of eye appeal, but who would have thought that something as simple as a storage shed or a backyard veggie garden could make such a big difference in the sale price of a home, and the length of time it takes to sell said home? Well to prove that my landscaping techniques worked, I helped three friends sell their homes using some of my tips and tricks. It seems to have worked, because every one of them were able to fetch their asking price and sell before their goal deadlines. So, I figured I should help others out there who could use a little help in the home selling department… hopefully you'll find inspiration on the pages here.