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Our National Radon Defense Dealers Serving New Mexico

3200 Calle Marie
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Roadrunner Air Conditioning is an experienced HVAC company ready to help homeowners stay safe from the dangers of radon. They serve customers in Albuquerque, Angel Fire, Edgewood and areas nearby in New Mexico.

Radon removal & radon testing in New Mexico

Radon is a naturally occurring gas caused by the decay of uranium and thorium in soil and rocks. Since uranium is found in most soil, radon is not limited to affecting just one state or area of the world but can be found in any home, anywhere. Any New Mexico home could be at risk of high radon levels, regardless of how old or new the property.

That's why National Radon Defense has designed a system to produce the nation's finest radon specialists in New Mexico, and properly inform the public of the radon hazards and benefits of radon mitigation.

There's absolutely no reason why you and your loved ones have to suffer from the dangerous effects of radon gas. Contact the certified radon mitigators today to lower the radon levels in your New Mexico home.

We Provide:
  • Radon testing
  • Radon mitigation systems
  • Multi-family radon testing & mitigation
  • Vapor intrusion mitigation
  • Indoor air quality services
You Receive:
  • A healthy home environment
  • Clean indoor air
  • Protection for you and your family
  • Safe radon levels
  • Peace of mind
Although no homeowner wants to increase cancer risks for family members, many people neglect to test their homes for radon, an invisible, odorless, cancer-causing gas that emanates from soil and rocks. Contacting a radon mitigation specialist to perform a radon test, or conducting your own test with a DIY radon test kit is the first step in protecting your family from hazardous levels of radon gas.
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