Radon is one of the biggest health problems in the United States today. In fact, where drunk driving annually causes around 17,000 to 18,000 deaths per year, and house fires cause about 2,800, radon-related illnesses cause upwards of 21,000 deaths per year. For this reason, it is more important than ever to ensure that your home or business is safe from radon.
Lion Home Service is here to help with our radon mitigation and radon testing in Longmont, CO. We can perform a radon inspection on your property, and if your radon levels are high, we’ll install a radon system in your home to take care of the problem.
Lion Home Service provides a wide range of home services, and radon inspection and mitigation is one of our most important services. In Colorado, we are fifth in the states most affected by radon deaths. Unfortunately, most homeowners and business owners in Longmont do not consider radon a threat. Therefore, they do not check for signs of it in their home. While it is often something that’s checked when buying a home, radon builds up. So it’s smart to check it more often.
Our company has been serving the residents and business owners of Longmont, CO for many years, and our radon detector services are second to none. Ready to book a radon mitigation and radon testing appointment with Lion Home Service? Call us today!
Even if you can’t smell or see radon gas, the presence of radon in your home or business can be lethal to your loved ones and co-workers. The only surefire way to guard yourself against radon is by having a radon test performed by Lion Home Service, and then having our team install a comprehensive radon mitigation system. Do you have any questions, or want to schedule your radon test? Don’t wait. Call us at (970)-829-8222 today.
Radon is a cancer-causing gas, coming from the radioactive decay of uranium and radium and naturally exists in rocks like granite. It is the #1 cause of lung cancer in non-smokers in the United States. When inhaled, radioactive radon particles cause damage to lung tissue and DNA of cells.
Nearly 73% (that's 1 out of 3 homes) in Colorado have high levels of radon, due to Colorado's large amount of granite. Similar to carbon monoxide, it is tasteless, colorless, and odorless.
Radon Testing is the only way to know if your home is at risk. Testing is easy and inexpensive and fixing levels is as easy as installing mitigation. Lion Home Service utilizes a simple, but accurate test to ensure your home is safe.
If your home tests high in radon levels, give us a call! We provide second-to-none radon mitigation services, and follow up with you to ensure levels remain decreased.