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About Evergreen Radon

Rn decays into RDP (Radon Decay Products), which are one of the primary sources of damage to humans lungs and have been directly connected to the cause of lung cancer. It's estimated that 15,000 to 22,000 people a year die from lung cancer caused by radon gas concentrations in the United States. Because of this, the EPA now has strict guidelines when purchasing a home.

At Evergreen Radon, our measurement professionals and mitigation technicians are certified with the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP). The NRPP is recognized by the EPA, and accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board. We use cutting edge technology to test Radon concentrations levels and assure that the home or building environment is safe to live or work in.

50% of homes in Colorado have radon levels above the EPA action level of 4 pci/L in Colorado, which is the maximum level of radon a home or building can have before mitigation is needed.  Radon Mitigation works and is a proven method to reduce the Rn gas concentration down to a safe enough level for inhabitation or occupational standards. 

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(303) 943-1415

NRPP Certified Testing - Gas and Water Testing
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