National Radon Action Month: What's it All About? Some of you may know that January is National Radon Action Month (NRAM), as proclaimed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and various other organizations. However, for every person who knows about radon’s dangers, there are at...

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a well-known threat that residents must take seriously. We know that we need to check our furnaces, water heaters, and other gas-using appliances on a regular basis and that we need to have carbon monoxide detectors in nearly every room of...

At American Radon LLC, we dedicate a great deal of our time educating our fellow Coloradans about radon gas, its risks, and how to handle it in the home. But is radon gas only a problem in Colorado? What if you move to another state...

If you live in Colorado, then you’ve undoubtedly heard about radon gas and its dangers. We often talk about radon gas coming up through your home’s foundation or through the basement, but what about your crawl space? Can radon leak in through the crawl space...

There are many things that Colorado residents don’t know about radon, even though we have some of the highest concentrations of radon gas in the U.S. We get calls all the time from people asking us whether this or that could be a sign of...

We spend a lot of time talking about radon gas seeping into your home from the ground, but are there other ways in which you can be introduced to radon gas? Unfortunately, yes there are. We get quite a lot of people asking us if...

Even though radon awareness month has passed, it’s still a great time of year to educate your families about radon. What are some educational radon activities for students and kids? While the activities you choose will vary based on age or grade level, just taking...

We spend our days teaching people about the dangers and tell-tale signs of radon gas poisoning – and that means answering a lot of questions about radon. One of the common questions we get is whether or not radon levels fluctuate. But more importantly, are...