Great free advertising Nick. and they didn’t mention that little ashi club rather…
“The takeaway here for you: As a seller, be aware of the standards of practice for inspectors. A good source is InterNACHI (https://www.nachi.org/sop.htm). As a buyer, search for certified or state-licensed inspectors with solid references who will fairly and accurately report what you need to know about the house — not what you don’t.”
I also have been in the Washngton post thus indirectly taking people to my site which is plastered with NACHI all over it.
**Jim Keilson , Maryland Home Inspection Services – Washington Post **](https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/concern-over-elevated-levels-of-radon-in-montgomery-schools/2015/12/02/1bb3c7a2-9905-11e5-b499-76cbec161973_story.html?hpid=hp_local-news_radon807pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory)
“Jim Keilson, president of Maryland Home Inspection Services, said he has tested homes and commercial buildings for radon for more than a decade, and he considers radon levels above 4 pCi/L troubling. “The safe zone is under 4,” he said. “It was set by the EPA.””
Got to love it