Providing professional radon mitigation in Parker, CO

John Cardos in Parker COAre you worried about high radon levels in your home? American Radon offers radon mitigation and remediation in Parker. Even if you have tested for radon in the past it’s important to have current records of your results to ensure that levels are not increasing. As members of the Colorado community, American Radon is staffed by a professional team who wants nothing more than to make sure that your home and family are safe. How do we accomplish this? By ensuring that as many homeowners as possible are made aware of the negative effects of radon exposure, and have access to the resources they need to keep their home’s radon levels in check.

Our Service Area

We offer radon mitigation services in Parker and the following nearby areas:

  • Ponderosa East
  • Stonegate
  • Cottonwood
  • Lone Tree
  • Castle Pines
  • The Pinery
  • Franktown
  • Castle Rock
  • Elizabeth

Radon Testing

We firmly believe that every home in Colorado should be tested for high radon levels. Radon gas is a naturally occurring substance present in every home. It becomes dangerous, however, when levels of radon gas rise to 4.0 pCi/L or more. Without a proper way to remove the gas from your home, it lingers, putting you at risk for lung cancer (radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States) and other dangerous side effects.

Radon Removal

If we establish that you have dangerously high radon levels in your home, we’ll install radon mitigation equipment that will vent the gas safely to the exterior of your home. Our warranty covers all pipe, caulking and electrical for 15 years, the fans are covered for 5 years from the manufacturer. We have technicians on call 7 days a week – year round. When you choose us for radon removal in Parker, you won’t be slammed with hidden fees or “upsells” that you don’t need. We don’t want you to spend any more than necessary to get your home safe.

Rules for Radon Remediation in Parker

Not just anyone can provide radon removal in Parker, CO. Local law requires that each radon mitigation company obtain a special permit in order to mitigate radon in Parker. The city does thorough checks to ensure mitigators are licensed with the State of Colorado and are fully insured. When you choose American Radon, LLC you won’t have to worry about how to navigate the proper protocol since American Radon is fully licensed, insured, and in possession of the proper permits needed to provide radon removal for Parker homes and businesses. In fact, we take care of pulling the permits and scheduling follow up the follow-up inspection.

New Homes Need New Construction Radon Mitigation Systems


Newly built homes should have radon mitigation systems installed in them. New homes will settle overtime, creating just the cracks and gaps that radon uses to get into the home. While it may seem like radon only develops to dangerous levels over time, it can actually be dangerous right away. 


After having put down a down payment, few homeowners can then afford to pay outright for a radon mitigation system. However, it may not be safe for them to delay this purchase. 


We’re here to help developers navigate new construction radon mitigation in Parker, to ensure that the system they choose for their new construction will actually provide protection, and properly install the system on their timeline. In home building, quality and speed are both essential and we know how to help you guarantee both. 


Choose Us for New Construction Radon Mitigation Installation 

American Radon is an excellent partner to get the right radon mitigation system installed in your new neighborhood. We’re responsive, dedicated team players who work well with other contractors onsite and stick to our installation deadlines. We have advanced knowledge about radon mitigation systems and experience with every kind of home, so we can help you plan which system is right for the homes you’re constructing. 


Reach out to us if you’re a developer and we can help you plan your radon systems and learn enough to communicate their value to your buyers. You’ll be impressed at how health and safety conscious families are drawn to these systems. Many already understand the perils of radon and want to have such a system installed in their new home.