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Radon Inspection & Mitigation Services

Safegaurd your family from the dangers of Radon gas.

In this video we will briefly highlight the key points about the dangers of Radon Gas and why it’s important to get an inspection as soon as possible to assure your safety.

How Radon enters your home.

This diagram illustrates the radon movements inside and outside. Radon, in the gaseous state, moves freely through the ground, allowing it to be released into the atmosphere or to infiltrate buildings. When radon is released from the bedrock into the outside air, it is diluted to concentrations too low to be of concern.

Construction joints

Construction joints

Cavities and cracks inside walls

Cavities and cracks inside walls

Sump pump

Sump pump

Cracks in solid floors

Cracks in solid floors

Gaps around service pipes

Gaps around service pipes

Gaps in suspended floors

Gaps in suspended floors

Private wells and groundwater supplies

Private wells and groundwater supplies

Radon deadly facts.

Radon, an undetectable radioactive gas from underground uranium, can infiltrate homes. All homes contain radon; the concentration, measurable only through testing, determines the risk. Prolonged exposure to radon levels above the Canadian guideline of 200 Bq/m3 can pose a health threat.

Radon is a radioactive gas which can be deadly.

Radon is a radioactive gas which can be deadly.

Radon is a hazardous radioactive gas, originating from uranium in the soil. Enters homes via foundation cracks and its concentration builds up indoors.

Radon gas can't be seen, smelt, or tasted.

Radon gas can't be seen, smelt, or tasted.

Radon, a tasteless, scentless, invisible radioactive gas, stems from soil’s uranium. Every home has radon; its concentration being key. Precise tests are needed to detect these levels.

Radon mitigation systems are mandatory in some cities.

Radon mitigation systems are mandatory in some cities.

Homeowners across all provinces should test for radon. If levels exceed Health Canada’s guideline of 200 Bq/m3, radon mitigation measures should be implemented.

More than 3,000 Canadian deaths annually.

More than 3,000 Canadian deaths annually.

Radon exposure is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. It’s estimated to account for 16% of lung cancer cases, causing over 3,000 annual lung cancer deaths in Canada.

How does it work?

3 simple steps to a radon-proof home.

Experience peace of mind with our formidable Radon defense, turning your home into a secure sanctuary. We don’t just protect homes – we guard lives.

1. Book your inspection

Seamlessly book your inspection with us online from our available time slots.

2. Thorough Inspection

We will perform a complete inspection with compliance to Health Canada’s regulations.

3. Migration System Installation

If Radon levels exceed the safe limit, we will provide a quote for a mitigation system and install it in your home.

Our services explained.

Your one-stop solution for comprehensive radon inspections and effective mitigation systems.

2 get a thorough lab report.

Radon Ontario Services uses alpha track detectors for home radon testing. After the test, we analyze the detector and deliver a detailed radon report within a week. We also provide quick services for real estate transactions. Contact us for more details.

3 mitigation system installation.

Radon mitigation systems, provided by Radon Ontario Services, effectively decrease radon levels in your home. Our C-NRPP professionals determine the best location and fan size for the system, which redirects radon out of your home, preventing it from entering through foundation gaps.

Installation is quick, typically within a day, and can cut radon levels by over 80%. The cost is similar to a new air conditioner or furnace, and it can add value to your home by enhancing its health standards.

Contact us

Contact us

We are your comprehensive solution for radon inspections and mitigation systems, with an unwavering commitment to your safety. Understanding the urgent nature of radon concerns, we provide our professional services 7 days a week. From radon testing to the installation of mitigation systems, our dedicated team is ready to assist you on any day, at any time. This flexibility allows us to accommodate your unique schedules and ensures that our reliable, prompt services are always accessible when you need them.

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Some frequently asked questions.

We work hard to ensure that you are satisfied with our services, and we are committed to building a long-lasting relationship with our clients.

What is radon?

Radon is a radioactive gas that comes from uranium in the ground. It’s colorless, odorless, and tasteless, which means it can get into your home undetected.

Why is radon a concern?

Radon is a health hazard. It’s the second leading cause of lung cancer, resulting in approximately 3,000 deaths annually in Canada. It’s crucial to get your home inspected to ensure your family’s safety.

How does the inspection work?

You can book your inspection with us online for $250 from our available time slots. We will then conduct a thorough inspection following Health Canada’s regulations. If radon levels exceed the safe limit, we will provide a quote for a mitigation system.

What is a mitigation system?

A mitigation system is a method to reduce radon levels in your home. If required, our professionals will install this system which redirects radon out of your home, preventing it from entering through foundation gaps.

What is the cost of a mitigation system?

The cost of a mitigation system is similar to that of a new air conditioner or furnace. While it is an investment, it can significantly enhance your home’s health standards and potentially add value to your property.

How long does a radon test take?

Short-term tests span two to seven days, while long-term tests last a minimum of three months. Long-term tests provide more accurate results due to radon’s variable nature over time.

What is the safe level of radon?

Health Canada recommends that radon levels in your home should not exceed 200 Bq/m3. If concentrations are found to be higher, a mitigation system is typically recommended.

Does every home have radon?

Yes, all homes have some level of radon. The levels can vary widely, even between similar homes located next to each other.

Can radon levels be reduced after the mitigation system installation?

Yes, our mitigation systems can reduce radon levels by over 80%, significantly enhancing your home’s safety.

What happens after the radon test?

After testing, we analyze the detector and deliver a detailed radon report within a week. If radon concentrations exceed the Canadian guideline of 200 Bq/m3, we’ll propose installing a radon mitigation system.