Radon Testing in Real Estate

Help Your Clients Breathe Radon-Free Air in Their New Home

Radon Mitigation Solutions to Help Your Real Estate Closings

radon testing during real estate transactions

The real estate market is very competitive, and every advantage you can take to seal a closing is very valuable. At Absolute Radon Safety, we can help you add extra value to your property listings in Colorado by installing top quality residential radon mitigation systems. The best part is that we are active members of the Denver Metro Association of Realtors, so we offer great discounts for real estate professionals and their clients in the installation of our radon mitigation systems during home sales.

If you are in the real estate industry in Colorado, we can offer significant discounts for your property listings that require radon mitigation. All of our prices are very competitive and without hidden fees or extra charges for additional work or fan upgrades. Our warranty is fully transferable at any point in time at no cost and includes a lifetime low-level promise to keep your client’s radon levels below the EPA recommended action level.

Make Sure Your Buyer’s New Home Is Safe to Breathe In

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Here at Absolute Radon Safety, all of our systems meet EPA recommendations and work from the initial installation. Our industry-leading warranty is fully transferrable and guarantees levels lower than 4.0 pCi/L without ever charging for extra work, fan upgrades, or hidden fees. As soon as you get in touch with our client specialist, we will survey your home’s layout and make sure to explain all your options for placement before we start the installation process.


January is Radon Action Month!

We are also proud to announce that January is Radon Action Month. This is a health campaign to explain the dangers of radon exposure and the measures that homeowners can take to protect their families. Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas that forms naturally in our soils and it is the second­ leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.mitigators in your area