Radon Home Measurement
and Mitigation (RHMM) performs radon testing of single and multi-family
homes as well as radon testing in commercial or business locations,
provides radon mitigation services and delivers radon education to
interested groups and the public. RHMM also helps with any radon issue
emerging during real estate transactions, helping real estate brokers,
buyers and sellers to understand and deal with what may be a serious
environmental health issue in a home. Our goal is to identify those
places that represent a high radon exposure to the general public in
residential, commercial and business environment and, after
verification of an increased health risk, to fix the problem.
Furthermore RHMM works with home owners, contractors and builders by
prescreening a building site before construction for its ability to
show a radon risk concern after completion. If this radon risk analysis
shows a predicted high concentration of radon, RHMM can install an
effective pre-mitigation system in new home construction. RHMM, located
in Fort Collins, can solve radon problems anywhere in Northern Colorado
Dr. Leo Moorman, Ph.D.
NRPP# 101051 RT
NRPP# 101052 RMT
NRPP# 104408 AL
State listed in
Colorado and Wyoming
Ft. Collins City
Qualified Radon Mitigation Contractor - New Construction program #RD-40
Business License # 1072 Estes Park Contractor License
CERTI Teacher and
of Commerce, BBB
In 1998 Dr. Moorman
founded 'Radon Home Measurement and Mitigation', a Corporation of which
he is President.
Dr. Moorman did research and wrote the paper on
screening a building site before construction in order to predict the
radon level of the finished home. This helps builders/home owners make
informed decisions whether to incorporate Radon Resistent New Home
techniques during construction.
Dr. Moorman has a NRPP certificate to give
public talks on radon.
Dr. Moorman is approved by the Real Estate
Committee of Wyoming to give Continuing Education Course for REAL
Dr. Moorman is contributor to many papers and
invited talks at the
American Association of Radon Technologists yearly International
His knowledge and experience makes him able to
answer all your questions on this subject.
than 3600 Radon tests completed following EPA protocol with
written report. Personally installed more than 1850 whole house Radon
Mitigation systems following EPA radon mitigation standards (1993, rev.
Ph.D. Atomic and Molecular Physics:
Atomic collisions and UV-radiation
PostDoc and Visiting Professor:
Interaction of microwave radiation and atoms.
Assistant Professor nonlinear optics, and lasers.
PUBLICATIONS & REPORTS
Pipescape Program, An
Aid To Optimize Radon Mitigations”
Invited Talk, Proceedings of the
Association of Radon Scientist and Technologists (AARST), Columbus,
AARST 2010, p 1-25
Operational Costs Of Radon Mitigation Systems.” Invited
Talk, Proceedings of the American
Radon Scientist and Technologists (AARST), St. Louis, MO,
September 14-17, AARST 2009, p 1-27
Dynamics of Complex, multiple branch radon
mitigation systems.” Invited Poster, Published in
Proceedings of the
American Association of Radon Scientist and Technologists (AARST), Las Vegas,
September 14-17, AARST 2008, p 1-15
applied to a
hard to solve radon problem: A residence on mining
Invited talk, Proceedings of the
Symposium of the American Association of Radon Scientist and
September 14-17, AARST 2008.
health risk factor
comparisons that include ultrafine RDP
measurements.” Invited Talk, Proceedings of the
International Radon Symposium of the
American Association of Radon Scientist and Technologists (AARST), Kansas City,
September 19, 2006, p 45-57.
Flux measurements as
predictor for indoor radon concentrations in new
Proceedings of the International
Radon Symposium of
the American Association of Radon Scientist and Technologists (AARST), San Diego,
through Radon Mitigation: Urgency and
Effectiveness from a Local
Perspective.” Invited talk, Proceedings of
the International Radon Symposium of the American Association of Radon
Scientist and Technologists (AARST), Newport, R.I.,
2004, p 1-6.
“Indoor Air Quality of the Western Wyoming Community College”
WWCC is a 500,000 sf
building complex. 68 pages. May 2003
Inspection and Mitigation: Protect your family’s health
illnesses” Internal report, June 2002
Inspection and Mitigation: Why relevant during real estate
transactions” Real Estate Executive, Northern Colorado, April 2002
“Advanced Techniques in Radon Mitigation devices”
Course developed for
advanced mitigators, testers,
buidling design engineers, building Code officials
that can be used as continuing
education for the National AARST-NRPP
recertfiication requirements. 8CE
April 4, 2015; September 20, 2015
RDP’s in homes: from physics to
measurement guidelines and
Course to Home Inspectors (16 hours) to
prepare them for the
NEHA-NRPP Certification Exam. (Accomplished NEHA Exam
rate of students: 86%) March
“Radon and Real Estate
course (4 hours) for Real Estate Professionals
approved by the Real
Estate Committee of Wyoming.
Invited talk by the
Board of Realtors Laramie, WY, 2000
Selection of Radon
Related Invited Talks:
Real Estate Transactions"
4-hour continuing education for Real Estate Agents.
"Radon and the
3/3/04 for Environmental health class, Colorado State University"
Awareness in the Workplace"
1/16/04 OSHA requirement for workers in company that uses radioactive
material in their process testing.
prevention through radon mitigation: Urgency and effectiveness from a
July 14, 2004, Proceedings International Radon Conference, American
Association of Radon Scientists and
during Home Inspection"
July 14, 2005, before ASHI's regional Home Inspectors
measurements as Predictor for indoor radon concentrations in new home
September 28, 2005, Proceedings 2005 International Radon Conference,
American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST), San