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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 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.