Radon Gas Danger


Carbondale Valley

Garfield County is giving away radon kits for National Radon Action Month and also during the rest of the year! Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US after smoking, and nearly half of the homes in Garfield County have elevated levels. Pick up your free kits at either the Glenwood Springs or Rifle Public Health offices or at the CLEER offices at the 3rd St Center in Carbondale.

Sealing up your home during the winter is great for keeping out the cold. But, if your home has radon you could be sealing this dangerous gas in!

Eighty percent of counties in Colorado are at high risk for radon, including Garfield County.  It has no color, odor, or taste. The only way to know the level of radon in your home is to use a radon test kit. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has granted funding to Garfield County Public Health to administer a radon awareness and prevention program. For more information, please call Garfield County Public Health at 970-665-6383.

A full radon screening is required when selling your home.  Why not get the screening done now?  If your home needs mitigating, you, your family, and pets will be living in a safer environment. Consider us here at Amoré, we work with you to build trust. Our brokers are experienced, knowledgeable and work hard. We help people, that’s our Business.

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