Radon can be highly dangerous in a home. And the worst part is you may not even know it’s there. Since radon is an odorless and colorless gas, homeowners often are unaware that it is present in their home and that it may cause negative effects on their health.
If you want to find out if your home is housing this dangerous gas, call Certified I.A.Q. Professionals today. We provide expert radon testing services in Colorado home.
Identify the Radon in Your Home
As certified professionals, we have the equipment and knowledge to test your home for radon. We are thorough and careful to make sure we get accurate results. We know just how important indoor air quality is for your family’s health, so we do the best we can to find any traces of radon and handle it in a professional manner. We can tell you if your home has radon and how much radon it has.
Remove the Radon From Your Home
Once we’ve identified and analyzed the radon in your home, our radon mitigation services can remove it quickly. We offer a variety of systems to remove existing radon from your home and to ensure that no additional radon appears. Our dedication to your family’s health drives us to do everything we can to keep your air quality as high as possible.
We also have experience with radon-resistant construction and can advise you on how you can keep your home safe from the danger of radon in the future.
Contact Reliable Professionals
Our goal as certified professionals is to keep your home safe. We are efficient and do everything we can to improve your indoor air quality. We also offer free consultations to give you the resources you need to protect your home.
Call us today at 303-995-7015 to talk about our radon mitigation and testing services.
Radon Mitigation System
Standard Mitigation System
Outdoor Radon System
Frequently asked Questions
- Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.
- High radon levels have been found in every state.
- Levels can vary widely, even from home to home in the same neighborhood.
- Radon levels can be lowered, and homes can be built radon-resistant.
- If you are buying a home or selling your home, have it tested for radon.
- For a new home, ask if radon-resistant construction features were used and if the home has been tested.
- Fix the home if the radon level is 4 picocuries per liter, or pCi/L, or higher.
- Radon levels less than 4 pCi/L still pose a risk, and in many cases, may be reduced.
- Take steps to prevent device interference when conducting a radon test..
A Radon Mitigation System can run between $800-$1200.