Colorado's Leading Radon Mitigation CompanyA Colorado Radon Mitigation from Axium Radon Mitigations is top of the line, installed by professional, trained, and certified mitigators. Call Today! (303) 217-8507
Axium’s Colorado Radon Mitigation installers are highly qualified to protect you and your family. We are NRPP certified, approved and listed with the State of Colorado, and experienced installers.
Insured And Bonded
Axium carries $2 Million General Liability Insurance, $1 Million Errors & Omissions Insurance, Workers’ Compensation Insurance, and we are fully bonded.
We stand behind our work and always strive to provide superior service. We now carry a lifetime warranty on labor and a 5-year warranty on parts; plus, we guarantee your satisfaction with our installation, or we will adjust it free of charge.
Our installers and technicians are not subcontracted. They undergo all the same rigorous background checks, trainings, and processes all Axium staff are required to complete.
Not only will we match any competitor’s price as long as they are certified, insured, and installing the same quality materials, we will beat it by 10%! Installing a top of the line Colorado radon mitigation system at the BEST PRICE.
Accredited And Trusted
Accredited members of the BBB A+ rating, members of Team Dave Logan’s referral network, and HomeAdvisor Pro.
Learn More About Radon Gas
Is your home giving you lung cancer? See what credible source have to say about radon gas. Call now and we can help you schedule a radon test.
Surgeon General Health Advisory
“Indoor radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and breathing it over prolonged periods can present a significant health risk to families all over the country. It’s important to know that this threat is completely preventable. Radon can be detected with a simple test and fixed through well-established venting techniques.” January 2005
Your Home Could Be Impacting Your Health
Your home is a trap for radon gas, allowing it to build up and preventing it from dissipating into the air naturally. Radon can enter through unsealed crawl spaces, cracks in floors and foundation, and the water supply.
“This means new and old homes, well-sealed and drafty homes, and homes with or without basements [are at risk for elevated radon levels].” – EPA – “A Citizen’s Guide to Radon”
We have plenty of reviews. Check out some testimonials by our happy clients.
Everything went well; you guys got it done so quickly. It looked good and fit right in there, looked professional. The guy was very professional and sensible in his behavior. Thank you for your organization, and I wish you a lot more success. Keep up the good work!Harry Studer
Fantastic job! From the radon testing to the mitigation to the final testing the work was exceptional, the employees were on time and friendly! The placement of the radon mitigation device was perfect and I now feel safer knowing that the system is performing as it should and that my basement and whole house is now safe for my family!B. Englemann