Radon Testing

Colorado Springs Radon Testing Information


Radon is a naturally occurring inert gas. Studies have shown that it is carcinogenic when exposed at certain levels. In fact, The Surgeon General has warned that it is the second leading cause of lung cancer.  Only smoking causes more lung cancer deaths.  Areas in Colorado have some of the higher levels of radon.  For more information, visit the EPA's website.

Colorado Springs Radon Testing for homes


There are several methods for radon testing.  Although different in the way the way results are analyzed, they are all very similar. Typically, in Real Estate transactions, the short term method is used.  The test takes 48 hours and should be done in the lowest level of a home. It is imperative to minimize opening doors and windows during the test. I would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.


If the test results show an elevated level of radon, don't panic!  It is a misconception that radon is very difficult and costly to remove.  In Colorado Springs, the cost is typically between $800.00 and $2,000.00, (average is $1,200.00).  Once radon testing confirms a problem exists, I can help you locate a reputable specialist to eradicate it.


Willis Home Inspections is proud to use Sun Nuclear Continuous Radon Monitors for our Colorado Springs radon testing. This state of the art testing equipment provides the test results immediately upon the completion of the 48 hour test. (No waiting to get the results. Even the best canister type tests take at least another 36 hours to receive the findings from the laboratory.) The Sun Nuclear monitors provide not only the average 48 hour concentrations, but an hour by hour listing. This assures an accurate test and will flag any potential tampering of the results.

I'm provide my customers with a worry-free radon test in Falcon, Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, Monument, and the rest of Pueblo County. Contact me to schedule your radon testing.....for the piece of mind, you deserve!

Radon testing needs for Colorado Springs

What do the colors mean?

Zone 1 counties have a predicted average indoor radon screening level greater than 4 pCi/L (picocuries per liter) (red zones) Highest Potential
Zone 2 counties have a predicted average indoor radon screening level between 2 and 4 pCi/L (orange zones) Moderate Potential
Zone 3 counties have a predicted average indoor radon screening level less than 2 pCi/L (yellow zones) Low Potential

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