New Colorado Radon Laws

New Legal Requirements for Colorado Radon Professionals

by | Sep 14, 2022

Radon professionals in Colorado are now required by law to be licensed by the State of Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). This includes both radon measurement professionals and mitigation professionals. Licensure is granted only to individuals who have completed rigorous training provided by the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) or National Radon Safety Board (NRSB). Practicing without a license can result in criminal penalties ranging from a class 2 misdemeanor to class 6 felony.

More and more states are requiring that radon professionals be licensed and insured, a move that the radon industry widely accepts and supports. With radon being the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers, unqualified and untrained individuals in the radon industry have negatively impacted the health and safety of homeowners and renters for decades. 

Make sure your radon professional is licensed before you hire them. If you live in Colorado, you can visit the Colorado Office of Radon Professionals website to verify a license. If you live outside of Colorado, you can find out if your radon professional is trained by using the “Find a Pro” tool at NRPP or NRSB.

In Summary

Finding a qualified radon professional that you can trust can seem like a daunting task. Rest assured, the professionals at Spin Radon are all highly trained, qualified, and licensed. Give us a call, text, or email to schedule today.

About Sean Williford
Sean is the owner and founder of Spin Radon. Sean has a Bachelor of Science (BS) and and attended postgraduate studies at Harvard Business School. Sean is a National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Residential Measurement Technician (RMT) and is the Executive Director of the Accreditation-Council for Radon Measurement & Training (ARMT).