Test your home for radon – it could save your life.
You might not know your home contains dangerous levels of this gas, until it is too late.
What We Do
Health Canada recommends homeowners do a long-term radon test, for a minimum of 3 months, during the fall or winter to determine radon levels.
We are seeing an increase in the number of people who require a short-term radon test be completed prior to purchasing a new home.
We install complete radon mitigation systems whether you are under construction or have high radon levels in your home, giving you peace of mind.
Understand The Dangers Of Radon
Your Health Depends On It
deaths/per year in Canada
leading cause of lung cancer (after smoking)
of lung cancer deaths are linked to radon exposure
homes have high levels of radon
Why hire Radon Pros?
Graham Walker, owner, has a certification for Radon Measurement and Mitigation through C-NRPP (Canadian-National Radon Proficiency Program), as well he is a Red Seal Carpenter. He truly understands how to help you reduce your radon exposure.
Very pleased with the professionalism and quality of work that was done. I feel so much better letting my kids (and their friends) play in our basement now that we’ve made it safe for them.
“Reliable and Honest”
I recently had my home tested and the levels were high! So I decided to have a removal system installed, got a few prices and decided to get Radon Pros to do the work. So my point: in all my years of dealing with contractors I have not met a more reliable, honest and pleasant man as Graham. He arrived on time, did a professional job, cleaned up after themselves and refused to get paid until everything checked out. It gets better the post results came back 60 to 80, good but not want he wants. Graham without me asking ordered a larger fan installed it today, no extra charge and will be back next week to take a few more readings. Thank you
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Read the latest articles on Radon
- Every home in Nova Scotia should be tested for radonHALIFAX, N.S. – Svetlana Barkanova was convinced by her findings that every home in Nova Scotia must be tested for radon. Four years ago, the Memorial University of Newfoundland physics professor and environmental radiation expert randomly tested homes across theContinue reading “Every home in Nova Scotia should be tested for radon”
- Energy Efficiency increasing Radon LevelsRecent research into the amount of indoor radon concentrations in our homes suggests that the planet’s need to create more energy efficient living is also leading to increased radon related cancer deaths.
- Importance Of Testing Your Homed come November, I’m going to talk about radon. Why? November is Radon Action Month and, for me, that’s my reminder to talk about this deadly toxic gas. Long term exposure to radon can lead to higher instances of lung cancer.