March 2017

Found 3 blog entries for March 2017.

Did you know that RE/MAX Alliance and Colorado Athletic Club Flatirons partner to offer discounts at Colorado’s premier workout facility? With the recent renovation Flatirons which is located near Baseline Road and Foothills Parkway, now offers hot yoga, year-round swimming pools and tennis, new locker rooms, and childcare! They have begun registration for summer memberships and summer camps!

Mention you are a friend of RE/MAX Alliance and receive 15% off Children's Camps if you register before April 1, 2017, or to receive a discounted rate, enrollment, and two personal coaching sessions. Please contact Alison Thomas at to set up a time to stop in or discuss options. 505 Thunderbird Drive, Boulder, CO, 80303 | 303.499.6590

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Featured Listing: 1003 9th St, Boulder, CO
$1,850,000 | 6 Beds, 4 Baths, 4,086 Sq Ft
Kim Payes, RE/MAX Alliance

Large 3-story historic Craftsman home built circa 1899 by master craftsman BF Gregg features hand-chiseled red clay pressed bricks and fine woodwork. Located near Chautauqua Park. Original features include wood floors, stairs, fireplace and trim. Remodeled in 1999 to add spacious modern kitchen and large mstr bedroom suite with walk-in closet. Flatiron views from south facing windows and multiple balconies. Includes 700 Sq

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Free Radon Testing

Boulder County Residents are eligible for free radon testing by enrolling in EnergySmart. Enroll for free by calling (303)-544-1000 and simply answer a few questions. Next, call the day you plan to stop by to pick up the test from 8am-5pm at 1722 14th St, Boulder, CO #210. Your radon testing kit comes with instructions, pre-paid postage, and envelope. You will place the kit at the lowest living level's inner wall, 3 feet away from a window or door to the outside, and let it sit out for 3-7 days. Once mailed in you will receive your results via email or mail.

What is Radon?radon testing

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from the natural breakdown of uranium, also known as radioactive decay. Radon is a colorless,

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