Finally, Colorado is taking radon seriously. A new law passed in Colorado this year that will require that all radon measurement and mitigation contractors in Colorado be licensed by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs. This new law is expected to be implemented on July 1, 2022. The license will require that radon contractors be certified by the National Radon Proficiency Program or the National Radon Safety Board.

HouseMaster Serving Denver North technicians are proud members of the Nation Radon Proficiency Program and we support the state’s efforts to ensure that measurement contractors are using tools that quality controlled and quality inspected on a regular basis. Currently, Colorado does not require home inspectors or mitigators to have their radon equipment calibrated annually or crosschecked throughout the year. These changes will ensure quality testing in out state.

For a great infographic on radon in Colorado that you may want to give to your customers with radon questions, follow this link. Colorado’s new program will be overseen by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment.

Note: These tips are only general guidelines. Since each situation is different, contact a professional if you have questions or need guidance regarding a specific issue. In addition to conducting and guaranteeing the highest quality home inspections, we have a utilities concierge available for our home buyers, provide repair cost estimates, offer valuable savings opportunities on moving-related services, and try our best to exceed your every expectation. Each HouseMaster Franchise is individually owned and operated. Not all services available in all areas.

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