WHAT IS RADON?
Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that poses serious health risks. As uranium slowly decays to become lead, the byproduct of the radioactive decay process is radon.
Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers, causing 21,000 deaths per year according to the EPA.
CERTIFIED RADON INSPECTION
IS RADON COMMON?
Colorado ranks 7th in the U.S. for elevated levels of radon found in homes. According to some estimates, 50% of homes in Colorado have radon levels exceeding EPA standards of 4 Picocuries per liter. Radon can infiltrate your home in a variety of ways, so whether new construction or historical landmark, any home can have a radon problem.
IS RADON DANGEROUS?
Radon is a Class A carcinogen known to cause lung cancer. No amount of radon is safe, and breathing radon gas for prolonged periods can present a significant health risk. Want some good news? We can easily detect radon levels in your home and recommend solutions to keep your family safe.