Radon Mitigation In Colorado

Radon Mitigation System Installed by American Radon LLC in Denver COAmerican Radon offers the best and most trusted radon mitigation services for residential and commercial buildings in Colorado. The equipment and fans we use for radon mitigation are eco-friendly, cost-effective, and are proven trustworthy. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is odorless and radioactive and emits from the ground. As radon doesn’t have any color, smell, or taste the residents of an affected home are usually unaware of its occurrence. Although radon gas exists at extremely low levels outdoors, in areas where the ventilation is inadequate it can build up to dangerous levels.  Radon gas may seep through the ground and enter your home through cracks in the floor.  Exposure to high levels of radon for a long period of time puts the occupants in risk of dangerous health risks, including lung cancer.  In fact, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking. A level of 16.0 pci/l is equivalent to smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. Radon is responsible for over 21,000 deaths annually in the US, and every property in Colorado is reported to have a certain level of radon gas.  The average radon level in a Colorado home is 7.6, – almost twice the EPA recommended level of 4.0 pci/l or below. Therefore, radon testing is the only way to determine at what level your home and family is exposed to. If you have never had a radon test done in your home, it is crucial in order to protect your home and family from radon exposure.

Radon mitigation systems we install:

Sub Slab Radon Mitigation: This is the most common method used for radon mitigation in the home. Suction is created in the pit that is dug out below the slab in the basement.  The radon is collected in the pit and then safely removed through pvc piping to the exterior of the home.

Drain Tile Mitigation Systems: Many homes have interior or exterior drainage systems installed to divert stormwater away from the home. By accessing the existing piping around the foundation, we are able to achieve very low post-mitigation test results while having the entire system on the exterior of the property.

Sump Pit Radon Mitigation System: If a home has a sump pump pit we can utilize the pit as the draw point rather than drilling a new hole in the concrete slab. These pits are attached to the interior or exterior drainage system, so once the fan is installed the entire perimeter of the foundation is being mitigated from radon and other gases. These, along with drain tile systems, make for the most successful types of radon mitigation systems and produce the lowest possible post-mitigation radon levels.

Why Choose Us?

The Best Radon installer in Colorado: We have a vast experience in providing high-quality radon mitigation services. Our specialist is trained from an EPA established Radon Training Center and is certified for Radon Measurement, Testing and Radon Mitigation. Our professional team is also licensed by The National Radon Proficiency Program for Radon Mitigation so that you rest assured that your property is in safe hands.

Customized Services: Every radon system installed by American Radon LLC is custom designed to fit your needs and your schedule. This is why we offer weekend installation times.

Cost-effective Services: Our energy star rated products will reduce the energy use of the fan. This not only helps save the earth, but it also saves you money.

7 Days a week Customer Service: Unlike most businesses, we offer our services 7 days a week. Our friendly staff will answer all your questions and provide you with a free quote.

Direct Calls to Technicians: Our clients may directly contact the technician assigned for their home in case they have any questions or concerns.

Painting Can Be Included: It is only $100 to paint the exterior pipe.

We strive to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction, which is why we provide transparency in pricing and in all of our dealings with our customers. We also include a post-mitigation test and instruct you on how to set up the test with every install.