Radon Testing Special Offer2019-06-10T11:02:11-06:00
Scott Home Inspection
Limited Time $100 Radon Test!

Protect your family and yourself from harmful radon gas by taking advantage of our $100 radon test.

48-hour continuous radon test.

Only $125 $100

Fill out the form below to schedule your radon test. Our customer service team will follow up with you to make arrangements for dropping off and picking up the radon monitor and take your payment.

*must be in the Colorado front range area.

  • EPA Approved Testing Devices

  • Experienced Radon Technician

  • Simple 48 Hour Test

  • Pick Up Day Results

  • Hourly Levels Graph

Radon in Colorado: 2019 Statistics

Almost 50% of homes in Colorado are above the EPA’s “safe levels” of radon in a single dwelling.Radon is linked to over 20,000 deaths across the country each year. In fact, radon in Colorado is the second leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking. For an element that is odorless, colorless and tasteless, these are significant statistics.

Colorado Ranks 7th Highest in Radon Levels

Colorado Department of Health says Radon levels in Colorado are impacted more than other states because of its higher than average uranium content. The natural process of uranium breakdown is radioactive byproducts found in the soil.

Radon In Colorado Map of the US Radon Levels
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Radon in Colorado: 2019 Statistics

Radon is linked to over 20,000 deaths across the country each year. In fact, radon in Colorado is the second leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking. For an element that is odorless, colorless and tasteless, these are significant statistics. Almost 50% of homes in Colorado are above the EPA’s “safe levels” of radon in a single dwelling. Last year, [...]

What Is Radon Gas? Explanation of Harmful Radon Levels

What is radon gas? What is radon gas? Radon gas is toxic and is derived from naturally decaying uranium in the soil. In a home, it can only be detected with radon testing equipment. Considered to be carcinogenic by the World Health Organization (WHO) and a leading cause of lung cancer, it is advisable to test for harmful indoor radon levels. Uranium is [...]

Radon Mitigation System Maintenance

A question we often get as home inspectors in Colorado is what items are needed for radon mitigation system maintenance.  In this post we'll cover general visual inspection and maintenance tips you can do as a homeowner to check and maintain your radon system.  Before we get to the maintenance steps, let's first take a quick look at how a [...]

Radon – The 6 Most Frequently Asked Questions

Having performed over 5000+ radon tests on homes over the years, we have heard every possible radon frequently asked questions from home buyers and home owners.  Testing for radon in Colorado is extremely important, whether buying a home or as a home owner.  With radon gas being the #2 cause of lung cancer, and the EPA recently announcing all counties [...]

The Importance of Radon Testing

Scott Home Inspection also offers Radon Testing, in addition to general home inspections. Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas emitted from uranium, a naturally occurring mineral in rocks and soil. Normally, radon rises up through the soil and dissipates in the air outside. Radon becomes a concern, however, when it seeps through openings such as cracks, loose fitting pipes, sump [...]