It is a stone cold fact that 1 out of every 15 homes in the entire United States needs radon mitigation systems installed in their house. Once radon levels get to a four or above, the gas becomes deadly. Radon can be especially harmful to smokers or people that have smoked past. Radon inhalation directly affects the lungs increasing the possibility lung cancer. So what do you do? How do you know if you have radon gas looming in your home? The answer is simple. Test your entire home radon exposure. Our testing process starts at the lowest point of your house because that’s where the most potent radon levels usually reside.
Radon gas is natural, so it comes from the soil of the Earth into the basement walls, crawl space or slab floor. Once it finds a way in, there is no escaping its deadly decay. Testing is done by the highest quality equipment on the planet. Radon mitigation tests are available on sites such as Amazon but don’t give accurate results such as a professional system.
Your levels of radon density may differ from room to room or floor to floor. We will best determine your setup based on the test results. If your results comes back high, we have multiple options available for you to take action. The possibilities are affordable it won't break your pockets.
Silent but deadly
Testing is the only way to determine if you have a radon problem. The gas cannot be seen by the naked eye nor can be discovered by the human senses. This fact makes it extremely important for you to get tested whether you know if you have a radon issue or not. It's better to be safe than sorry. We have flexible pricing for your testing. A quick test can be the difference between your family being exposed to this deadly gas or not.
We have short-term and long-term radon testing procedures available. We also do measure your levels before and after the mitigation system is installed to ensure you’re as safe as possible for the rest of your life. If the radon gas levels still come back high after mitigation, there may be a need to install a second escape pipe on the other end of your basement. Sometimes this happens in a case of a larger home with an extremely high level of radon gas exposure. These cases are far, and few between it is possible.
Keep your Home Safe
A radon test will ensure that your family is protected from this deadly gas, and most of all will give you peace of mind. It is common that this procedure may be required if you want to buy a new home. Every year more and more states are adding new radon testing requirements. All states require that child care facilities and working facilities be tested and your home is no different. You spend the majority of your life in your home exposed to elements that are inside of your house the majority of your life. So it makes absolute sense to get your house checked for radon.
Radon Testing near Denver
Colorado has one of if not the highest levels of this gas in the United States. The worst places are in the northern regions of the United States in mountainous areas stretching from the east to west coasts. Denver has both of these characteristics and this creates the perfect storm for elevated levels radon. Every home in Denver, Colorado should be checked out at some point. More mitigation systems are being installed in the Denver area due to the increasing awareness of how dangerous situation has become. 720-734-1918