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Radon Testing and Mitigation

Mead Radon Testing & Mitigation

Dependable HVAC Contractor in Loveland & Boulder

One of the greatest issues faced by residents and business owners based in Colorado is the problem of radon. This gas is invisible and has no smell but is extremely hazardous. Our skilled techs at DNI Heating AC Refrigeration are ready to support clients by getting rid of this harmful substance. 

To benefit from our professional radon testing and mitigation in Mead, contact us online or call us today at (303) 622-3383 for a free estimate.

Priceless Service That Fits Your Budget Calling in an HVAC expert doesn’t have to break the bank! We offer financing options with approved credit so your
home repairs and upgrades won’t set you back, and you get to stay cool and comfortable all year long.

The Problems of Having Radon on a Property

Normally, when property owners spot an issue in their houses or businesses, they can quickly take care of it. The problem is that radon is not like an ordinary leak in the roof or burst pipe. Since this radon is both colorless and odorless, it is impossible to identify without specialized equipment. Unlike natural gas, which can be identified by its accompanying release of mercaptan which smells of rotten eggs, radon can only be found by expert testing. If it is allowed to stay in a home or commercial property for very long, the radioactivity of this gas can lead to lung cancer.

What Occurs During a Professional Radon Test

The way that radon comes to invade a property is a natural process, so it is impossible to stop it from occurring. When the uranium that is already present in water, dirt, and surrounding rocks begins to break down, it contaminates everything. The question is how much radon is present since the particular layout of a property means it might contain a higher or lower concentration. To find out the percentage of radon, experts can use either a short-term or a long-term radon test.

A short-term inspection only takes about four days to conduct. This kind of test is usually conducted when owners are moving into a new property. Alternatively, those who have been having breathing troubles may want to check their home’s levels. In contrast, a long-term test is performed following a thorough mitigation process. Over a period of time, experts will check to see whether the radon levels have significantly decreased.

  • “DNI has amazing customer service. Immediate after hours response, professional and efficient workmen and quality work product.”

    - Linda T.

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