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A simple test can give you piece of mind.  Although very dangerous, the presence of Radon in your home can be easily remediated with simple, affordable solutions involving ventilations and fans.

Radon is the most important test  to ensure

the safety of your home and family.


What is radon?

Radon is an invisible gas formed in the Earth’s crust. It surrounds every one of us as part of the air we breathe.

The rocks and soil beneath our homes contain traces of uranium. Over time, the uranium breaks down and forms other elements, such as radon. Modern buildings are often well-insulated to save on energy costs. However, poor air flow can allow radon to build up to high levels and cause harmful exposure.  Ventilation can be improved to prevent buildup.

Where does radon come from?

Why is radon testing important?

Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer amongst non-smokers. Radon induced lung cancer kills more than house fires and carbon monoxide combined.

Approximately 25,000 people in North America die from radon-related lung cancer every year.  Children are especially vulnerable, as their organs are still developing

How does radon harm us?

 Lungs have especially sensitive tissue made of living cells that allow oxygen molecules to pass from the air we inhale into our bloodstream. When alpha-emitting substances like radon are inhaled, they can damage local cell DNA. Almost half of the radiation we are exposed to through our lives is in the form of radon.

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