The first step in radon mitigation for your home is to test if levels are too high. You can use a DIY radon test kit to find out for yourself. Then, if levels are too high for safety, you will want to move forward with remediation. Radon in Colorado homes is quite popular. Luckily, it is not too difficult of a process to change the levels. The U.S. EPA says any level of radon in the air can be harmful. Radon is a carcinogen that can lead to lung cancer, so the sooner high levels are mitigated, the safer the air will be to breathe. Remember, radon can never be fully eliminated, but it can be reduced to safer levels. Follow this blog to learn more about the radon mitigation services offered by Radon Gone CO. We are a local business in Broomfield, serving the greater Denver Metro Area.

  1. Can Rain Or Snow Damage My Radon Mitigation System?

    Radon mitigation systems are vital to reducing harmful radon gases in homes and commercial buildings. Here in Colorado, we have elevated radon levels when compared to other states. It’s important to get your home or commercial building tested to determine the levels of radon and radon decay you are exposed to. Installing a radon mitigation system should be done by a professional, and if installe…Read More

  2. How Does a Radon Mitigation System Work? | Radon Testing Kit

    How Does A Radon Mitigation System Work?

    Smoking continues to be the leading cause of lung cancer across the nation. But do you know what trails close behind? It’s the effects of radon gas, which is a radioactive gas that occurs naturally in Broomfield and across Colorado. Not only is it naturally occurring, but it’s also odorless, tasteless, and colorless, so it can’t be detected without assistance. What this means is homes across…Read More

  3. Radon Regulations | High Radon Levels | Radon Mitigation Services

    Radon Regulations In Denver

    Radon is an odorless, colorless, and tasteless gas that has been shown to cause cancer and other negative health effects — and, unfortunately, it’s fairly common in Denver and across most of Colorado. According to the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment, three out of four Colorado homes have radon levels high enough to fall into the EPA’s “Zone 1” radon levels ranking. Thi…Read More

  4. What is Radon Mitigation? | How Radon Mitigation Works?

    What Is Radon Mitigation?

    If something is colorless, odorless, and otherwise undetectable by human senses, is it really a cause for concern? When it comes to radon, the answer is definitely yes! Just because you can’t see or smell it doesn’t mean the effects are any less real. If you’ve been paying attention to the Radon Gone blog recently, you’ll know that radon has the potential to cause some lasting and dangerou…Read More

  5. Radon Blog | Radon Testing & Mitigation Services | Radon Gone Co

    Welcome To Our Radon Blog

    We want the best possible world for our loved ones — it’s one of the primary ways we show we care, after all. Maybe it means simple things like taking the time to make a healthy meal for your family, or maybe its something bigger, like lobbying for policy changes to make the world a better place for your kids. Whatever the case, there are myriad things we can do day-in and day-out to provide a…Read More