Radon Testing & Mitigation in Boulder, CO

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Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among nonsmokers in the U.S. This colorless and odorless gas is dangerous to ignore and poses a threat to you and your entire family. Luckily, there are ways to protect yourself.

Here at National Radon Defense we specialize in providing quality radon testing and mitigation services. Our tests only take three steps:

  1. We’ll meet with you to set up your radon monitor.
  2. Once the monitor is set up we’ll explain the proper procedures you need to follow in order to get the most accurate results and answer your questions.
  3. We’ll visit again about 2 days after setting up your monitor. We’ll then provide you with the results and discuss them with you so you can decide on next steps, if necessary.

It’s as simple as that!

Contact your local National Radon Defense dealer in Boulder today to learn more about our radon testing options and schedule radon testing for your property!

What is radon mitigation?

If your property tests positive for radon then there is no need to panic. Your local National Radon Defense dealer can install a radon mitigation system that will reduce radon levels back to a safe point so you can rest easy.

Radon mitigation systems are very reliable with some even having a 99% success rate. While there are a variety of different methods, your local dealer will select the best option for your home.

If you have a radon problem in Boulder, get in touch with your local National Radon Defense dealer today to schedule a free radon mitigation estimate!

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Recent job requests for radon mitigation in Boulder, CO:

Project Location: Boulder, CO 80303

Comment: I would like an estimate for some sort of permanent crawlspace access cover and possibly radon gas mitigation ( I got a test result that is borderline but within the safe level).

Project Location: Boulder, CO 80305

Comment: Area in garden level basement near crawlspace had reading as follows: 11.3 pCi/L * Test Started 01/05/16 at 12:00 pm * Test Ended 01/09/16 at 10:00 am. I will perform two more tests before commencing remedial action.