Radon Testing Services

Any home can have radon issues. Whether a building is old, new, with a basement, or without, radon is a pervasive issue that plagues many homes and businesses across the US. This is especially true here in Colorado, which has the 9th highest average radon levels in the country. While radon levels can vary from location to location and change over time, the only way to accurately determine its presence in a building is by testing your home or business.

Radon tests are an easy and affordable way to determine the level of radon in your home. While there are home kits available for DIY testing, they can be difficult to set up and provide inconsistent results. As such, if you have concerns about radon in your residential or commercial property, contact the NRPP and AARST licensed and certified radon specialists at Radon Resolve!

Why Do I Need to Test For Radon?

Long-term exposure to indoor radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers in the US. It is also linked to numerous other upper respiratory illnesses and health risks. However, radon is tasteless, odorless, and invisible to the naked eye, and symptoms from exposure are not immediately apparent.

As such, the longer you go without testing your home or business, the greater the risk to your family, staff, and customers. Though the EPA suggests that mitigation actions be taken at levels of 4 pCi/L or higher, no level of indoor radon is safe. Testing for radon is cost-effective, non-disruptive, and could very well save your life.

Professional Radon Testing In Colorado

A radon test is a non-invasive means of measuring the number of radon gas particles in your home’s air. During a radon test, our skilled NRPP certified radon measurement professional (RMP) places specialized measurement devices around your home to collect samples over the course of 48 to 96 hours. Since radon rises into homes through ground beneath, it is best to place measurement devices at the lowest livable point of your home.

After the testing time has concluded, our RMP will return to your home to collect the measurement devices and download the collected data for analysis. Results of the analysis will be available within 24 hours. After we have your results, we will go over them with you and determine the next steps, including mitigation.

We Are Licensed & Certified Radon Measurement Professionals

We Are Licensed & Certified Radon Measurement Professionals

We also perform follow-up testing after the installation of all radon mitigation systems to ensure your home is radon-free!