Radon Testing

Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States after cigarette smoke.

Radon is a gas that escapes from the soil under our homes. It seeps into our homes from cracks in basements slabs and crawlspaces.

Testing for radon is common place in the Denver/Boulder metro area. The EPA recommends testing for radon in all homes except 3rd floor and above condos or apartments.

If high levels of radon are found (4.0pC/l or higher) in the home over a 48 hour period mitigation is recommended. In most cases mitigation is simple and easy to do. The typical cost for mitigation is between $800 and $1200.

For more information on radon visit the EPA's website at: epa.gov/radon.