specializing in radon mitigation&.
in structure decontamination
specialized in radon mitigation & structural decontamination
What is radon?
Radon is a sneaky and dangerous gas, it is colorless, odorless and radioactive. It is
from the decay of radium and uranium in the earth’s crust.
ground. Radon exposure is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.
According to Health Canada, remedial action is required when this level exceeds
200 Bq/m³. Only a test will confirm the level of radon in your home.
Protect yourself from radon
radon in your home?
Radon infiltrates your home through all openings in contact with the groundCracks in foundation walls, floor slabs, construction joints, openings around services and support columns, floor drains and sumps, wall cavities and water supply.
Source: Health Canada.
Effects on your health
In Quebec, 10 to 16% of lung cancer deaths are associated with radon.
Among these deaths:
60% occur in smokers
30% among former smokers
10% among non-smokers