The EPA recommends taking action if the radon level is 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) or higher. Levels lower than 4 pCi/L may still be harmful.
Radon issues can be fixed and even higher levels can be reduced to acceptable levels.
Testing is the only way to determine if your home's radon levels pose a threat.
These links provide more information regarding Radon and Radon testing:
For Your Protection, Get an Inspection
SharpSight Home Inspections
Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that can enter a home in a variety of ways. Exposure to elevated levels of radon can cause serious health problems.
We recommend all homeowners have radon testing performed to measure the levels of radon within the home. Colorado has high concentrations of radon due to the breakdown and decay of granite within the soil.
Colorado Radon Map
Moderate Radon Potential (probable indoor radon average 2-4pCi/L)
High Radon Potential (probable indoor radon average >4pCi/L)