Is it safe to live in a house with radon gas?

Radon exposure in indoor air can cause respiratory problems and other health concerns to people living in your household. No amount of radon exposure is considered safe because radon has radioactive particles that can eventually lead to cancer if you are exposed over a long time. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers radon levels in … Read more

What Does Radon Do To a Person?

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Radon is an invisible, odorless gas found naturally in soil and rocks. It enters homes through cracks and other openings in foundations or walls. While it is non-toxic outside a building, radon can pose serious health risks when trapped indoors for a prolonged time. Therefore, understanding exactly what radon does to a person. This article … Read more

​​Is There A Safe Level Of Radon Gas?

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Buying a house can be a bit like falling in love. You shop around, seek advice from friends, and when you find the perfect match, lay it all on the line and pop the question. But even after a seller has said yes to your offer, you’ll need to complete a home inspection, which often … Read more

How Do You Know If You’ve Been Exposed To Radon?

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If there is a radioactive gas in your home, you definitely want to know if you’re being exposed to it. Radon is a dangerous, potentially deadly radioactive gas that can be affecting millions of people every single day. Radon can be found in the soil under our houses, where it can eventually seep into our … Read more

Who Is At Risk For Radon Exposure?

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Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas you can’t see, feel taste, or smell. It’s produced when uranium, thorium, and radium break down in soil, rock, and water. It’s then released into the air.  Radon gas leaves the soil and becomes part of the air and water.  It can be in the air around you … Read more

Why Do Radon Levels Fluctuate?

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Radon levels are constantly changing – hourly, daily, and seasonal fluctuations are all common. If you have tested multiple times and received back differing results, don’t be too alarmed – this is common! There are many different factors contributing to radon levels, but essentially, changes in the air pressure inside and outside your home affect … Read more

3 Reasons Why You Should Care About Radon

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If you are not familiar with the harmful effects of radon gas, you are not alone. In our experience, around half of the people that have called our company, or have met us at various trade shows, have not heard of radon or its harmful effects until they decided to sell their home. Radon testing … Read more

Is My Home At Risk for Radon?

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The air inside of your home can be majorly affected by the presence of a radioactive gas called radon.  According to the American Lung Association, this gas can build up to dangerous levels, increasing your risk of developing lung cancer, even in nonsmokers.  That’s why every home should take advantage of radon testing, which is … Read more

Why Does Colorado Have A Radon Problem In Residential Homes?

The danger of radon gas in our homes.

The recent surveys show that most homes in Colorado counties may have radon levels that go beyond the recommended action level of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). People who are exposed to radon over a long-time risk developing serious health conditions such as lung cancer. Although radon problems can be caused by several factors, … Read more