Radon Testing and Information: Is Your Home Safe?

What is Radon Gas?

Radon gas is an odorless radioactive gas from decaying uranium underneath the earth’s surface. Dangerous levels of this gas may be in your home.

What is the risk to your family?

According to the EPA: Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. The EPA estimates that over 21,000 deaths per year are preventable by lowering the radon levels in your home below the acceptable level of 4 pCi/L.The Environmental Protection Agency’s Map of Radon Zones in the state of Colorado designates this Colorado County as a high risk area for radon levels over 4 pCi/L.

What should I do? 

Have your home tested now by calling A Better Home Inspection at 720-570-0767. We utilize the laboratory recommended by the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors for our radon testing.

What happens if I have Radon Gas in my house?

If radon is found in your home A Better Home Inspection has negotiated a 5% reduced price with a Tom Martino recommended radon mitigation company, Ace Radon Company, 303-738-935. We are in no way affiliated with this company so you may choose your own mitigation company if you wish.

Can you tell me anything more?

To receive your Free Handbook from the EPA entitled A Citizen’s Guide To Radon: The Guide To Protecting Yourself & Your Family From Radon. Please email us at: abetterhomeinpection@yahoo.com

(No commitment is required to receive this information.)


A Better Home Inspection Radon Testing

A Better Home Inspection radon testing is collected and sent to a nationally recognized laboratory via overnight FedEX mail. This laboratory is inspected, licensed, recognized, accredited, certified, affiliated with, endorsed by and/or proficiency tested by a number of governmental agencies and independent associations, including but not limited to the following:

  • AAB American Association of Bioanalysts
  • AARST American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists
  • AIA Americas Inspector Alliance
  • AIAQC American Indoor Air Quality Council
  • AIHA American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA EMPAT # 163230)
  • ASHI American Society of Home Inspectors
  • ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
  • CREIA California Real Estate Inspectors Association
  • ESA Environmental Solutions Association
  • FABI Florida Association of Home Inspectors
  • GAHI Georgia Association of Home Inspectors
  • IAQA Indoor Air Quality Association
  • IDOPH Iowa Department of Public Health
  • IESO Indoor Environmental Standards Organization
  • KREIA Kentucky Real Estate Inspectors Association
  • TAREI Texas Association of Real Estate Inspectors
  • ISDOH Indiana State Department of Health
  • LEHA The Lead and Environmental Hazards Association
  • MDOHC State of Maine Department of Human Services
  • NACHI National Association of Certified Home Inspectors
  • NADCA National Air Duct Cleaners Association
  • NAHI National Association of Home Inspectors
  • NEHA National Environmental Health Association
  • NFPA National Fire Protection Association
  • NJDEP New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
  • NLAAC National Lead Abatement and Assessment Council
  • NRSB National Radon Safety Board
  • NYSDOH New York State Department of Health
  • ODOH State of Ohio Department of Health
  • PDEP Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
  • WQA Water Quality Association