More on Radon


Hi Again,

Health Canada has posted guidelines for the testing and mitigation of Radon in homes. They recommend testing and mitigation if necessary. Below are their recommendations from the Health Canada website.


The Minister recommends that

  • Remedial measures should be undertaken in a dwelling whenever the average annual radon concentration exceeds 200 Bq/m³ in the normal occupancy area.
  • The higher the radon concentration, the sooner remedial measures should be undertaken.
  • When remedial action is taken, the radon level should be reduced to a value as low as practicable.
  • The construction of new dwellings should employ techniques that will minimize radon entry and will facilitate post-construction radon removal, should this subsequently prove necessary.

If you want your home tested and mitigated, please contact Mr. Radon. Bob is very knowledgeable and experienced in Radon testing and removal and is a gentleman. He is a pleasure to work with and will help you with a smile. All his work is guaranteed to work so with him you can be sure that your home will be safe.

Please click here to download the homeowner’s guide to Radon.


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