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Chris Herman of HouseMaster Home Inspection of Durango performs radon mitigation work on a house in Durango.

From the Extension Office Recent steps will help reduce radon threat in La Plata County

There’s some good news about a few policy changes relevant to radon in our community and state.

As you are aware, radon – a naturally occurring radioactive gas from the granite and shale in our soils that enters our homes – is a concern in our community. Over the course of several years, breathing radon can cause lung problems.

Over the last eight years, I have been a resource providing information and...

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