Colorado Begins Requiring License for Radon MeasurementAfter July 1, 2022, an individual practicing as a radon measurement professional is required to be licensed by the the division of professions and occupations in the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) in Colorado.
Get certified now to earn income providing radon testing in Colorado
- Large demand for Radon Measurement professionals is expected.
- The average cost for a Radon Measurement is around $400 according to HomeAdvisor®
Radon inspections typically involve:
- Visual inspection of the premises for possible radon entry points
- Sample radon measurement test done by placing test equipment inside a home for 48 hours.
How to become licensed for radon measurement in Colorado:
- Take and pass an NRPP* accredited course · (this course is accredited by NRPP · *National Radon Proficiency Program)
- Pass your exam, obtain your NRPP credentials
- Register your credentials with Dept of Regulatory Agencies (DORA)
- Follow industry code, which includes being licensed and bonded