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New Colorado Radon Certification Law: Here’s What You Need to Know

There is a big problem with unqualified radon inspectors here in Colorado. The volume of homes with high radon levels has created demand for radon professionals. Unfortunately, untrained people try to fill the niche by representing themselves as experts. So, the legislature passed HB 21-1195 to protect consumers. The good news is that the founder of First Priority Home Improvement,

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Why is Radon Testing and Remediation Important in Colorado
Radon Testing

Why is Radon Testing and Remediation Important in Colorado?

What if I told you there was a simple way to detect and remove one of the leading causes of lung cancer? There is! Radon testing and remediation are easy when done correctly. The EPA recommends testing for radon gas every two years. This inexpensive inspection can protect against long-term health problems. But, why is radon testing and remediation important

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Radon Testing

Why Radon Testing Is Important

Radon can kill. Radon is responsible for 20% of all lung cancer deaths per year in the United States, and is the most common cause of lung cancer after cigarette smoking (according to the Environmental Protection Agency). Old tests may be inaccurate. Results can change with the season, reflecting changes in the way a home is ventilated and seasonal weather conditions. Even

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FAQ

What do you offer in your home inspection service?

Including pre purchase pre-purchase home inspections, pre listing inspections, pest inspections (termites and wood destroying insects), Radon testing, EIFS (Dryvit) inspections, Mold testing, indoor air quality testing, energy evaluation and specialized inspections (i.e. moisture problems and problem solving).

 

Once you provide an inspection, when will I see the report and do you send them to my realtor?

We pledge to complete the inspections and provide written reports within 1-3 days after being contacted. We will typically fax or e-mail email copies of the reports to Realtors, attorneys and clients the same day the inspection is completed.

If I need you after the inspection, will you be available?

Our goal is to provide the highest level of service to our clients. We will make ourselves available for walkthroughs and follow-up questions. As in the past we aim to put things in proper perspective, and not needlessly alarm our clients.

 

Can anyone be a Home Inspector?

Every inspector is certified and participating in an ongoing education program. Springs Home Inspection is a member of American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and our inspections follow the ASHI standards of practice.

Is it really worth getting an inspection done when we want to purchase a home?

Dollar for dollar, there is no better use of your money then having a certified a home inspection that will outline the strength and weaknesses of the home you’re buying.

We are ready to sell, now what?

A pre-listing home inspection reveals potential issues that could derail the sale of your home.  We make sure you know and understand every fact about the property you are purchasing.

Do you do a permit search history?

Yes, every inspection we do includes a permit search history. This helps understand what was done to the home and what issues there may have been in the past.

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