Radon Testing Aurora CO

Radon Facts

What causes radon in a house?

Radon is a gas produced when uranium present in soils decays by natural processes. Radon enters the home through cracks in the foundation or exposed soil.

Is it OK to live in a house with radon?

There is no safe level of radon in a home. The EPA recommends fixing the home if your level is above 4.0 pCi/L.

Where is radon most commonly found?

Radon can be found anywhere in a house but is commonly found in basements or lower levels of homes closest to ground level.

How do I lower radon levels in my home?

The only way to remove radon is to mitigate it. This involves depressurizing soil gases and discharging them away from the home. Radon mitigation specialists are trained to install these systems.

What does radon do to humans?

Breathing radon gas in air has been linked to lung cancer and is recognized as one of the leading causes of lung-related deaths behind smoking.

What does radon smell like?

Radon has no smell, taste, or color. The only way to find out if you have it is to test for it using an approved testing method.

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Questions about radon testing in Aurora CO:

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The radon test takes 48 hours to complete with our continuous radon monitor.

We only do testing for radon, but we can connect you with local service providers who are certified Radon Mitigation Specialists.

Our radon test costs $165.00 if your home is in the Denver Metro area.

You can be in your house but you should follow a few simple rules while the test is being completed.

You will have your result the same day the radon unit is picked up from the house being tested.

The Environmental Protection Agency oversees radon safety. You can find out more about radon from the EPA’s resource page.