About Us

Who We Are!

Radiant Alliance, LLC is a professional organization of members who are dedicated to the highest standard of excellence and ethical performance within a few niche markets, all health and safety related. From hazard identification of radon and/or lead testing. Providing proper collection of water and/or mold sampling for 3rd party testing with full chain of custody. We provide superior mitigation services for soil gases (radon, VOC’s).  We also provide detailed home inspections with multiple ancillary services.

The organization primarily strives to advance the interests of its members through developing industry standards, certifying technical proficiency, enabling advancement of public policy, and communicating health risks to the public. Operating with the highest standards in the industry. For example, Virginia’s radon standards currently are 10+ year old (ASTM E2121-13), we follow all the current ANSI/AARST standards which are updated every three years.

2023 Photo: EBR-I was the first reactor built in Idaho at the National Reactor Testing Station. On December 20, 1951, EBR-I became the first power plant to produce electricity using atomic energy.


Bruce has been inspecting homes since 2012 and preforming radon testing and mitigations of homes and commercial building since 2019, is a member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), AARST, VA AARST chapter member and the Virginia Association of Real Estate Inspectors, and licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Bruce has more than 35 years of experience in building and renovating homes and rental property maintenance.  He also has experience as a residential/commercial field inspector for Insurance Underwriters, country wide catastrophic insurance adjuster/appraiser and certified Insulated Concrete Form installer. He brings his experience, knowledge and craftmanship to Radiant Alliance, LLC (dba’s: Radiant Home Inspections & Radiant Radon Services) located in Central Virginia.

Bruce adheres above and beyond the InterNACHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics for home inspections and the AARST/NRPP Code of Ethics for Radon Testing and Mitigation.

Some of his hobbies include traveling, photography, computers / IT, gardening, and beekeeping.

Qualifications include:  VA DPOR licensed Home Inspector 3380001495 w/NRS; VA DPR licensed LEAD Inspector 3355001119; InterNACHI certified 19031104; NRPP 110780-RMP (Radon Measurement Professional (air/water)); NRPP 111574-RMS (Radon Mitigation Specialist); NRPP 112586-SGM-CI (Soil Gas Mitigation – Compliance Inspector; FAA 4503092 Remote Drone operator; TX All Lines Adjuster 1820197; VA DOPR licensed contractor 2705177375; and Virginia Notary.

Member of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce; VAREI; AARST Advanced Radon Measurement/Mitigation Professional; AARST national member A7225, and Treasurer of the VA AARST chapter.

2023 Photo: Lake Yellowstone from the boardwalk at West Thumb Geyser Basin.


Susan is a NRPP Certified Radon Measurement Technician.  She deploys and retrieves radon measurement devices and extrapolates radon level results. 

Susan is a full-time RN at UVA in Charlottesville and manages to help with radon testing.

Qualifications include: NRPP 111284-RMP (Radon Measurement Professional) and Virginia Notary