48 hour Radon Testing Information
- Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas. Radon gas in the soil and rock can move into the air and into ground water and surface water.For both adults and children, most exposure to radon comes from being indoors in homes, commercial buildings, schools, and other places.Indoor radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.
- DeBolt Home Inspections recommends reading the guide created by the EPA to help inform and educate Buyers and Sellers. Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon
Reasons why you should test for Radon
- The United States Environmental Protection Agency states "All homes should test for radon."
- The Surgeon General strongly urges to "Test your home for radon every two years, and retest any time you move, make structural changes to your home,
or occupy a previously unused level of a house.
- According to the EPA,Colorado is classified as a Zone 1 State; which means we are at the highest potential for unsafe Radon levels.
- DeBolt Home Inspections always recommends to have your home tested for Radon. In our experience, most of our clients do not regret testing for Radon. Regardless of the Radon test results, we find that the results help alleviate any stress and safeguards your future health.
Schedule a Colorado Radon Test
- DeBolt Home Inspections uses US EPA verified and approved radon testing devices. These testing devices have been evaluated and approved by the National Radon Safety Board for use in real estate transaction testing.
- Call 720-468-0561 or Fill out this quick form to schedule a Radon Test or add to a home inspection