A Home Radon Test for the Entire Realtor Community.
Dear All Agents:
As a real estate agent, you probably recommend radon
testing to your clients.
But have you ever had your own home tested?
Dennie Edwards — a real estate agent of 31 years – never did.
That is… not until he discovered a 4.5 centimeter mass on
his left lung.
It was cancerous.
He would soon discover that the radon levels in his home
were nearly two and a half times the EPA’s recommended
I just came across his story (at right) and as someone in a
strong position to do prevent this sort of thing from
happening… I decided I was going to do something about
That’s why A-Pro is offering a free home radon
test to anyone in the local Realtor® community.
- No catch.
- No fine print.
As a home inspector, and someone whose business has been blessed and prospered at the hands of so many Month, Day 2007 agents in this community… it’s the least I can do.
I also think it’s a great way to increase awareness… and
ensure that real estate agents recommend radon testing
to their clients NOT just for liability sake — but because
radon exposure is as preventable as it is dangerous.
That goes for your home, too!
So call now for your free radon test, a $175 value,
and learn a bit more as I test your home for dangerous
levels of this invisible killer.
With kindest regards,
A-Pro Home Inspectors
P.S. It’s okay to pass this along to other Realtors in your
organization. This free radon testing is available for the
home of ANY local real estate agent in areas that A-Pro franchise owners serve.
Radon is an
invisible killer. Get
Real Estate Agent
and Cancer Survivor
Dennie Edwards tells his story:
“In April of 2004, I had a
very bad cold, so my
doctor performed a chest
x-ray to check for
pneumonia. I’ve never
smoked, so you can
imagine how shocked I
was that he found a 4.5
centimeter mass in my left
Even though I’ve been a
real estate agent for 31
years, I had never
bothered to test my house
for radon. I always
informed my clients that radon testing prior to
purchase was an option
(to protect my liability),
but truthfully, I really
didn’t care if they
tested or not.
Now I had to wonder
whether my lung cancer
had been caused by radon
exposure. While the
doctor scheduled my
surgery, I scheduled a
radon test. The result was
10 pCi/l, (two and a half
times the EPA’s
Level). I had lived in the
home for 12 years…
Two days later I had
surgery. I thought I was
surely going to die. When I
woke up choking with
tubes in my throat, panic
set in. They had removed
my entire left lung.
I’m getting better. I can
walk up to a mile. But, I
can no longer dance, lift
things, or exert myself. My
clients now get a very
personal testimonial about
the importance of testing
Free Radon Test for Real Estate Agents
Call now for a free* radon test 1.800.793.2776 x 101
More Radon Exposure Survivor Stories
Read more about radon health risks
View the EPA Public Service Announcement
* Not available in all areas. Call toll free to see if we have an A-Pro inspector near you.