Radon Testing

All homes and offices have some level of radon. The question is how much─and the only way to find out is to test for it.

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Radon testing

Radon is radioactive, silent, invisible, and (if levels are left undetected and unresolved indoors) can be life-threatening.

Health Canada estimates that over 1 million Canadian homes have very high radon levels–especially in areas that have poor air circulation. A recent study from Health Canada also found that a mere 6% of Canadians have tested for radon in their homes.

Radon can enter a building wherever it finds a gap: through cracks in the foundation and floor slabs, construction joints, gaps around service pipes, support posts, window wells, floor drains, sumps or cavities inside walls. No matter the age, construction type, or location of your residence or commercial space, the only way to be certain of radon levels is to test.


  • Contact our team to schedule a consultation and free in-home test, or to purchase a radon testing kit
  • Install the detector in the lowest level of your space (that has regular activity) for a minimum of 90 days
  • Easily monitor radon levels from your smartphone via the application
  • Schedule a follow-up with our team to determine the best radon mitigation plan for your space
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Benefits of Radon testing

Because of the prevalence of radon in our homes, schools, and offices, health experts recommend that everyone should test for radon on a regular basis, just as many of us do for carbon monoxide. Benefits of regular, consistent, and thorough testing include:

  • Improved indoor air quality
  • Proactive monitoring of radon levels
  • Reduced risk of lung cancer