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Residential Radon Mitigation from the Pros

Keep Your House Safe with APEX Radon

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can cause significant health issues such as lung cancer if not mitigated properly. APEX Radon identifies the level of radon in your house and will install a mitigation system to make it safe. Our team has helped homeowners in the Denver Metro area rid themselves of this dangerous gas by installing radon mitigation systems. These devices expel the hazardous gas to the outside, where it breaks down safely in the atmosphere. This gets done using piping and a specialized fan to remove the radon. We personalize each system to your house’s unique design and style. We aim to make the system look as if it was always part of the house.

Once we complete our inspection, we will go over the next steps to constructing and installing your radon mitigation system. You will also have a dedicated team member on-site to answer any questions you may have about the process. We will work with your design wants to ensure flawless integration. Our goal for each installation is to provide you with a quality system, prompt service, and superior customer care throughout the entire process. Give us a call if you think there are unsafe levels of radon in the home, so we can begin our installation process and keep your family safe from exposure.

Radon Mitigation Around the House

Discovering high levels of radon in your house can be a scary time. Never fear though, the team of APEX Radon is here to help. Our radon mitigation systems help safely reduce these levels allowing your family to breathe more comfortably. Whether you need these systems installed inside or outside, our team has the equipment, knowledge, and skills to get the job done correctly. They are licensed, insured, and certified to help bring confidence to each job site. Their experience stretches longer than APEX Radon has been assisting homeowners in the Denver Metro area. They allow you to get the answers you need once you discover higher levels of this dangerous natural gas in your house.

When Should You Test for Radon

The great thing about having APEX Radon on your side is we can test for radon as well as mitigate the problem. Since you cannot taste, see, smell, or hear it, you need a professional to inspect your home. By offering these tests, we can help discover the problem’s source and thus construct the best radon mitigation system. It would be best if you had us perform these tests when buying or selling your home to ensure radon mitigation services get handled quickly. If you are ever suspicious of your radon levels, please call us sooner rather than later. The quicker we discover if the levels are high, the sooner we can install our radon mitigation systems. Once we get everything under control, it is recommended by the EPA you have us perform tests every two years.

Types of Residential Radon Mitigation Systems

Each home needs a personalized and professional touch when it comes to the installation of radon mitigation. Depending on your needs, we can install these systems inside or outside the home. We aim to help make them as hidden as possible to prevent them from affecting your house’s aesthetics. You can read further for more information on both options:
Outdoor Radon Mitigation in Denver, CO

Outdoor Mitigation

Installing an external radon mitigation system eliminates the need to impact the home’s inside. While we place it outdoors, we design it to not stick out and be an eyesore. You will also enjoy a more efficient system which will cost you less while running.

Indoor Radon Mitigation in Denver Metro area

Indoor Mitigation

The benefit of an internal radon mitigation system is there is no equipment outside the house. All the pipes and fans get installed throughout the home. We can hide them in the walls or ceilings and lead them to the roof. The downside is we may have to go through closets or bedrooms. It also requires more 90-degree pipes, which lowers its efficiency.

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Radon - The Facts

  • Radon gas causes cancer and could be in your home. This radioactive gas comes from natural uranium breakdown in soil, rock and water and gets into the air you breathe.
  • Although you can’t see, smell or taste radon it may be a problem at your home or business.
  • Radon causes many thousands of deaths each year, because when you breathe air containing radon, it can cause lung cancer.
  • The Surgeon General warns that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. Only smoking causes more lung cancer deaths. If you smoke and are breathing radon in your home, your risk of lung cancer is much higher.
  • Radon is found almost everywhere in the U.S – and Radon Mitigation Aurora Colorado services are prevalent.
  • Radon can be found in any type of building in high levels.— homes, offices, and schools. But you and your family will most likely get your greatest exposure at home or where you spend the majority of your time.

Radon Gas - Number Two Source Of Lung Cancer

Radon Gas and Lung Cancer
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Radon Gas Harmful Effects

Radon Gas Poisoning Death Statistics

Radon Gas Poisoning Death Statistics by Apex Radon

*In 2003 the EPA estimated Radon gas caused about 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year, according to the Assessment of Risks from Radon in Homes (EPA402-R-03-003). The numbers of deaths from other causes are from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s 1999-2001 National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Report and 2002 National Safety Council Reports.

Where is Radon Gas in Colorado?

Colorado Radon Levels

Radon Gas in Colorado
  • High Radon levels have been found in all 50 states and in all parts of Colorado.
  • In Colorado, about half the homes have Radon levels higher than the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommended action level of 4 picoCuries per liter (pCi/L).

Different Methods for Radon Mitigation

Our experts can also explain all the many methods we can use when installing your radon mitigation system. We can also help when there is radon in your water system. These devices are personalized to every home we work on to ensure they effectively remove the radon. Check out our different methods below:

Sub-slab depressurization

With a sub-slab depressurization system, we will core out a small opening in your foundation. Then we can dig out enough dirt to create a vacuum underneath the slab with the installed radon fan.  This vacuum causes the radon to travel to the path of least resistance, which will now be our suction hole. We will then continue to run the piping to the exterior of your home where it will be safety discharged.

If there are any large openings in the foundation, large cracks, or gaps in the floor to wall joints, they would all need to be addressed to assure that we have no loss of suction.  The system only works if we can keep the vacuum at a high level underneath the slab.

Sump pit suction

A sump pit suction system is an extremely effective radon mitigation system.  We will install the suction pipe into the lid of your sump pit.  We will then seal off the sump lid and around the pipe so that it is air tight.  This then begins to draw air through the drainage pipes that run beneath your foundation, giving us resistance free air flow, and removal of radon.

We will also install a viewing window on the lid of the sump pit so that you can monitor the water activity inside the pit.  If your sump pit is active and has a sump pump installed, you will eventually need to access that pump to replace it.  So we have designed our mitigation system to be completely removable so that you will be able to access the pump when ever you need to.

This method of mitigation will, in no way, negatively effect your sump pit, or sump pump system. The mitigation system works inline with the existing sump pit and pump.

Pre-installed passive radon system

A pre-existing passive radon system is a perforated piping system that would have been laid under the foundation when your home was built.  This is generally only in newer homes, 2013 and forward.

If your home has a passive radon system, many times you will still need to add the additional piping, suction fan and exterior exhaust to mitigate the home.   

Never assume your home is free of radon, testing is the only way to know if you have a radon problem.

Crawl space depressurization

If your home has a crawl space, it may need to be sealed with a vapor barrier in order to reduce your radon levels.

When there is a sump pit, we are often able to reduce the radon levels without sealing the crawl space because we are able to pull so much air from beneath the surface that it does not allow the radon to move up through the crawl space and into your home.   

We seal your crawl space using a heavy duty 6mil plastic and a premium construction adhesive to bond the vapor barrier to the foundation walls.  This will prevent any radon, air, or moisture to pass through the vapor barrier.  When we pair the sealed vapor barrier with a core penetration, sump pit suction, or crawl space depressurization mitigation system, we are able to cause the air, that would naturally travel through the crawl space, to be pulled to our suction point and then exhausted outside.

Every home is different, there are many factors that will dictate whether or not your crawl space will need to be sealed.  Since it is sometimes needed and sometimes not, we offer you a phased system approach.  We would only do one step at a time until the desired radon levels are achieved.  This can potentially save you hundreds, even thousands depending on the size of your crawl space.  Our experienced technicians will walk you through your options upon arrival to your home.


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Why Choose APEX Radon for Your Home’s Remediation?

APEX Radon is Denver Metro’s most qualified team for radon mitigation. We can test to check your levels and then suggest the necessary installation services to bring them to a safe level for everyone in your home. Our staff is licensed, insured, and certified to take care of your house and those living underneath it. Even homes built right next to each other can have different radon levels, so it’s essential to have a professional team on your side to get you the correct numbers when testing. Reach out today over the phone if it has been a while since your last test or you recently purchased a home. You can also contact us for an estimate online. A representative will call you back shortly to get all the necessary details and schedule your visit. Our team is equipped and prepared to help whenever you need us most.

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