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Welcome to SWAT Environmental Colorado, Denver's Local Radon Mitigation & Radon Reduction Experts

With SWAT Environmental Colorado working for you, the health and safety of your family will never be in doubt. As an experienced, professional radon remediation and radon reduction company, our team is dedicated to helping Denver Metro area families and businesses reduce their risk of exposure to harmful radon gas by using proven procedures and state-of-the-art equipment to greatly reduce radon levels in your home or business. Our team consists of all local company employees from sales, management and ownership. Our company employed technicians are licensed, insured and have all had back ground checks performed to ensure we send the most experienced and highest level of professionals into your home.


At SWAT Environmental we’re Denver's most experienced, professional radon abatement and radon reduction company having installed over 50,000 radon systems throughout the country since 1988. For your Free Price Quote, fill out our contact form or give us a call at 303-466-2626.


Why... hire a radon contractor?

Because Colorado's state laws allow home and business owners to install their own radon mitigation systems, it’s important to turn to experienced professionals. A proper mitigation system installation requires advanced knowledge, carpentry skills and follow proper installation procedures.


Accurately Test Your Home

Regular testing your home or business is important. With the HS71512. Numeric LED display you’ll be able to accurately test the radon levels in your home or business’ the short term average radon gas levels and long-term reading displays the average radon gas levels over the past 5 years.


What is radon?

Radon naturally occurs in the environment throughout the world. As a chemical element, high levels of radon gas exposure can be harmful to your short and long-term health. Breathing air contaminated by radon can damage your lungs and is the number one cause of lung cancer in non-smokers.

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