Colorado Radon TestingGet your radon testing in Colorado performed by Axium Inspections to ensure your home is healthy and protected!
What Is Radon and Why Should You Be Concerned?
Radon is an odorless, colorless, tasteless, radioactive gas that has been found in homes all over the United States. Breathing radon gas for prolonged periods of time can present a significant health risk for your family. This threat is completely preventable; radon can be detected with a simple test. COLORADO IS A ZONE 1 STATE FOR RADON. The U.S., EPA, and the U.S. Geological Survey have raised the radon potential in Colorado and have established Colorado as a Zone 1 state. Zone 1 states have the HIGHEST RISK for elevated radon and should consider getting a radon mitigation. Test your home today before it’s too late!
Why pick Axium for your radon needs?
Finding out you have elevated levels of radon in your home is bad news. As the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers, radon is dangerous to you and your family. Colorado’s terrain makes it ranked the 7th highest state in regards to finding high levels of radon. Nearly 7 out of 15 homes are subject to unhealthy concentrations. Now more than ever, home buyers are demanding radon mitigation testing to be performed and systems to be installed in purchase agreements.
The good news is our radon mitigation systems are quick to install, energy-efficient, and effective in mitigating all radon problems as well as having additional positive impacts on your home’s indoor air quality. Radon testing and mitigation in Colorado is imperative to perform as you and your household could be at risk.
Axium Inspections is:
- AARST Member
- International Radon Association Member
- NRPP Certified
*Statistics compiled from EPA.gov/radon and resources there.
What can be done?
Fortunately, there are effective ways to significantly reduce the amount of radon in your home, school, or commercial building. The first step is testing your home. While no amount of radon is harmless, the EPA has established the livable guideline of 4.0 Picocuries per liter.
At Axium, utilize a third-party tester who calibrates machines regularly and performs testing in accordance with the EPA. Our tests help ensure your peace of mind, understanding that we have an unbiased tester and are here to help your home be safe, not just make an extra buck. Our radon mitigation systems will meet or exceed the EPA livable guidelines.
Multi-Family Dwelling & Schools
Multi-unit dwellings, such as apartment buildings, schools, daycares, retirement homes, dormitories, and more require specific procedures, certifications, and requirements for radon testing to protect current and future occupants. Axium Inspections offers a team of technicians certified under the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) and the American Association of Radon Scientists & Technologists (AARST) to provide this specialized service.
Radon testing is required to be conducted in multi-unit dwellings every 2 years to ensure that radon levels do not exceed the EPA recommended action levels of 4 pCi/L (picocuries per liter).
Call Axium Inspections today for a free consultation for your multi-family dwelling to protect the occupants of your buildings.