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Why The Need For HUD Radon Testing?

Hud Radon Testing Requirement

HUD Radon Testing – In 2004, Dr. John C. Weicher, the Federal Housing Commissioner issued a radon gas and mold Notice (H 2004-08) requiring that a release agreement (HUD-9548-E) be included in all sales contracts for HUD-acquired single family properties.

  • The agreement notifies purchasers of the potential health problems caused by exposure to radon and some molds.
  • Required use of the agreement expired on May 31, 2005.
  • In fiscal year 2004 HUD sold about 78,000 Real Estate Owned (REO) single-family properties.

Factor Testing started with our clients wanting us to do HUD radon testing in various states.  Because HUD radon testing is a requirement for HUD financing we felt that we could help HUD property owners by getting their radon tests done fast and efficiently since we own our own equipment and have our own labs.

Factor Testing Advantages

  1. We Travel:  We will travel to your HUD property location, conduct the test and meet all the standards HUD requires for your radon test.
  2. We Are Fast: Because we own our own equipment and labs, we are able to get your results faster than the competition.
  3. We Are Experienced:  Our staff at Factor Testing is radon certified by NRPP and AARST and we understand the complexities involved with multifamily properties.
  4. Best Equipment:  We use E-Perm radon test which is a Corentium PRO radon test that is certified by the EPA to provide you fast and accurate radon results.

Contact us today to set up an appointment for us to come out and run the required radon tests for your complex. Click here to contact us. Contact Us

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