Is Your Property Filled With Toxic Radon?

Is Your Property Filled With Toxic Radon?

Call 970-567-7393 for radon testing in Windsor, Loveland, Fort Collins, CO & surrounding areas

Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas that’s produced by the natural decay of radium. It is colorless, odorless and tasteless, and it can only be detected by laboratory tests.

The gas enters your house through pores and cracks in the concrete or through the floorboards of poorly ventilated crawl spaces.
Rest easy knowing your safety isn’t at risk by calling the seasoned inspector at Homeland Inspection Services for a radon inspection.

We use industry-leading equipment to detect radon in your home. Don’t put your family at risk. Schedule an appointment with Homeland Inspection Services as soon as possible.
We passed the NRPP Radon Proficiency program in 2006. We've provided over 3,100 certified radon test to date.


Committed to reducing the radon in your property


At Homeland Inspection Services, we’re dedicated to keeping you and your family safe in your home. There are numerous questions surrounding radon, and we’ve answered a few below. If you have a question you don’t see listed, call our Fort Collins, CO office to speak with our inspector.

  • How harmful is radon?
    There is no safe level of radon. Any exposure poses some risk of cancer. In two 1999 reports, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) concluded that indoor air contaminated with radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States after cigarette smoking. The NAS estimated that 15,000-22,000 Americans die every year from radon-related lung cancer.
  • How do I know if there’s radon in my home?
    You cannot see, feel, smell or taste radon. Testing your home is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk. The Environmental Protection Agency and Surgeon General recommend testing for radon in all rooms below the third floor.

  • What can I do to protect myself and my family from radon?
    The first step is to test your home for radon and have it mitigated if it is at or above the EPA’s Action Level. The best method for reducing radon in your home will depend on how radon enters your home and the design of your home.

The home inspector at Homeland Inspection Services is trained and certified in radon testing. You can count on him to conduct a thorough radon inspection. Call 970-567-7393 today to schedule a radon test.