Radon Testing and Inspection in Denver, CO
What is Radon?
Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas produced from the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water –– entering the air you breathe.
It can get into any type of building –– homes, offices, and schools.
You and your family are most likely to be exposed in your home, where you spend most of your time.
Radon seeps into your home through cracks in the foundation, walls, and joints.
Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers in the United States. The EPA estimates 21,000 people die each year from lung cancer due to radon exposure.
Most disturbing is that radon-related lung cancer can be prevented.
Why You Should Test for Radon
Testing is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk of radon exposure.
Testing is inexpensive and easy. It takes just 48 hours and could save you and your family’s life.
The Colorado State Department of Health, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the Surgeon General all recommend radon testing in every home. Millions of American families have already had their homes tested for radon.
Protect Your Family –– Fix the Problem
If your home proves to have elevated radon levels, you can install a radon reduction system.
A radon reduction system is a low-cost solution proven to work. Even high levels of radon can be reduced by as much as 99%. The system should be installed by a certified radon mitigation professional.
Reducing radon levels in your home protects you and your family from serious health risks.
This map shows radon levels in Colorado.
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1. Is radon in Colorado?
High radon levels have been found in all 50 states and in all parts of Colorado. In Colorado, about half the homes have radon levels higher than the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommended action level of 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L
2. How much is a radon test?
A 48 hour continuous radon test is $160.
3. What is a radon test?
We use a Corentium PRO Continuous Radon Monitor which reads levels of radon in your home on a hourly basis. Additional sensors measure humidity, temperature and air pressure.
4. What is radon?
Radon is a naturally-occuring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer. Radon is colorless and odorless gas that forms when uranium metals break down in rocks, soil and groundwater.
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Address: 3440 Youngfield St. #183,
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033