March's Special Offers & News
Stanton's monthly newsletter brings you valuable information related to radon along with periodic deals and incentives for solving radon or crawlspace problems. Please enjoy the following and let us know what you think--we look forward to hearing from you!
in this month's newsletter:
Q & A of the month: Are schools required to test and mitigate for radon?
March's Special Offer: Free upgrade on fan warranty
The Random File: News 5 Investigates: Radon Test Results in Schools: Check Your District
Are schools required to test and mitigate for radon?
Colorado statute requires all schools to test for radon and to maintain records of the test results for disclosure on request.The statute doesn’t require schools to mitigate, so it’s up to the school district and its constituents to address mitigation issues.
Source: Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
Special Offers for March
Mention this newsletter to receive an upgraded fan warranty covering the fan and labor for the life of the home.*
*Only eligible on homes with new, complete, active fan systems installed between 3/1/19 - 3/31/19.
The Random File
News 5 Investigates: Radon Test Results in Schools: Check Your District
Source: KOAA News 5
"Colorado law requires all schools and day cares to test for Radon exposure, but there is no requirement to fix the problem. State and federal laws also do not address how frequently schools should test.
While some schools have tested in recent years, some haven’t tested in decades.The EPA recommends Radon levels sit below 4 pCi/L. However, health experts warn that there is no safe level of Radon exposure."
Click on the KOAA article to view the radon test results for each school district:
Radon Test Results by Colorado School District
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