About Radon Gas
Radon is a hazardous and radioactive gas that is both invisible and odorless. It is created by decaying uranium deep within the surface of the Earth.
Radon is both invisible and odorless.
Radon is the number two cause of lung cancer, second to smoking. It is responsible for 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year.
A Colorado State Statute requires that all daycares be tested every 2-5 years depending on the results of radon levels. The Health Department will require your radon test results in their inspections. New daycares must be tested within 6 months of occupancy.
About Testing For Radon Gas
Radon testing is a reliable and effective way to detect the presence of radon gas before health damage occurs. If detected in time, foundations can be sealed and the remaining gas can be easily removed through proper ventilation.
Yes. One of the easiest ways to ensure the safety of your employees is to test your air for radon gas to know if any further action needs to be taken. The dangers of radon affect us all, but when people gather in large buildings, the risks are compounded- especially for business owners. See more about Radon Testing for Commercial.
Yes. Knowing levels of radon gas is knowing if there’s a potential danger to the kids in your school. Providing testing for your school is important to us. Additionally, testing for schools is required by the State Health Department of Colorado. See more about Radon Testing for Schools.
Yes. Testing for radon gas in daycares is easy, inexpensive, and can be done in 72 hours with a certified radon measurement professional. It’s important for the certification of your daycare and the children you care for to know the radon levels in your building. See more about Radon Testing for Daycare Centers.
Reliant Radon Solutions will provide the results and help you step through the next steps if mitigation is needed. If radon is detected at elevated levels, removing it from the home is a straightforward process.
Following the installation of your radon mitigation system, it is recommended to test the home every two years to ensure your radon mitigation system is working properly.