Screened & Approved by HomeAdvisor

Make Sure You’re Safe At Home

Get a free mitigation assessment for radon.

Safe at Home provides comprehensive environmental testing for your home peace-of-mind

Radon Testing

Radon Mitigation

Home Security Systems

Mold Sampling

Indoor Air Quality Testing

EPA Certified Lead testing

AHERA Certified Asbestos Testing

Thermography Inspections

Drinking Water Testing

Learn more about radon.

What is radon and why does it matter?

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is tasteless, odorless, and completely invisible. It is created from the decay of uraniam and can be found in many types of soil and rock as well as water.  According to the Surgeon General, radon exposure is only second to tobacco in causing lung cancer in the United States. Long term exposure is a serious threat to your health and should be taken very seriously.

How do I tell if my home has elevated radon levels?

The only way to see if your home has unsafe levels is to test! These can take the form of short term (less than a week), long term (3 months or more), to continuous monitoring in some situations. Since it is a gas, it often builds in environments with less ventilation, this often causes levels to be higher in the winter when less windows are open. Thus, it’s important to be vigilant and test in a variety of conditions.

What can I do about radon?

If your home has unsafe radon levels, it’s imperative to implement a solution that responds to the unique needs of your home. What’s most important is to have a AARST-NRPP Certified radon expert implement a mitigation strategy. We’re committed to providing inexpensive and thorough solutions to keep you and your family free from unsafe exposure.

Here are the facts:


Radon exposure is estimated by the surgeon general to cause 22,000 deaths per year in the United States.


Lead is particularly dangerous to children because their growing bodies absorb more lead than adults do and their brains and nervous systems are more sensitive to the damaging effects of lead.
 A pregnant woman’s exposure to lead is of particular concern because it can result in exposure to her developing baby.
Homes built between 1960-1977 have a 24% chance of having lead-based paint
Homes built between 1940-1959 have a 69% chance
Homes built before 1940 have an 87% chance


More than 39,000 American lives are lost to asbestos-related disease every year
Asbestos in the home can lead to lung-cancer, mesothelioma and asbestosis


Mold exposure can potentially lead to allergic reactions, asthma and other respiratory ailments.

Our Team

We’re trusted by the best

AARST-NRPP Certified

Certified Residential Measurement | Standard and Analytical Services | Certified Residential Mitigation


2019 Service Charges.

Radon Testing


Travel fees are applied if property is outside of Albuquerque

Radon Mitigation Systems

Cost determined by job

We will beat any certified inspector’s estimate by 10%

Tape Lift Sampling


Per Sample

Air Quality Test


Includes one baseline sample and one interior sample

Additional air quality or swab samples: $95.00 each

EPA Certified LEAD Test

$100.00 consultation

$20.00 per sample


$100.00 consultation

$45.00 per sample

Thermography Inspections

Starting at $95.00

Well Water Testing


Tests for e-coli, total coliform, nitrate, nitrite, and lead.

Meets VA requirements.

Do you know for sure if your radon report is correct?

Get a free analytical report confirming the veracity of your home’s radon report!

Simply fill the form below and we’ll check to make sure your report is accurate.

    The Latest News and Resources

    Get tips, news, solutions, and up to the minute advice from our blog.

    • Most people are unaware of the dangers of radon gas and where it comes from. Radon is a naturally formed radioactive gas that that comes up from the Earth through soil and water. Radon is not only invisibl...

    • It’s the time of year when we look for the perfect gift for those who mean the most to us. Try as we might, we don’t always hit the mark when it comes to finding what they want. How about giving a gift tha...

    • There is often some confusion around the need to test and retest homes and offices for radon, especially for the areas around Northern New Mexico.  Some folks are told that their home is safe because their...

    Contact Us

    We offer free mitigation assessments!

    Safe at Home Environmental

    9112 Susan Avenue Southeast Albuquerque New Mexico 87123