The effectiveness of a radon-reduction method will depend upon the unique characteristics of your home, the level of radon, and how it is getting into your house. Book a free consultation to find out which service is right for you.
Measuring the levels of radon gas in all spaces.Learn More
Reducing radon gas to levels as low as reasonably achievable far below Health Canada's action thresholdLearn More
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Radon is a radioactive gas found naturally in the environment and the second leading cause of lung cancer. It has no colour, no odour and no taste. It is released into the air during the natural breakdown of uranium in rocks and soil. Once released, it can enter the air we breathe in your home and business. Don’t wait - give us a call or book your free consultation now.
Canadian Harriet Brooks made important contributions to the field of atomic physics. She discovered that one element could change into another element through radioactive decay. In 1902 she described her calculation as “the first measurement of the half-life of the thorium emanation (radon-220).”
"I had a Radon gas remediation system installed by Michael Martin in 2020. All my dealings with Michael were professional. All meetings scheduled were on time.
The pretest completed showed high Radon gas which I confirmed with an Airwaves monitor. After the installation the radon numbers decreased to a negligible amount. The job was completed in the discussed amount of time.
If I were to require another system installed, I would not hesitate to have Michael install it."
"I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Mike any time. Not only did he do an amazing job at reducing the Radon levels, he never tried to oversell us on anything and was an real expert in his field."
5 stars all around! Michael is amazing. Could not be happier with everything. He fixed 2 of our houses and did a great job. Thanks again!
We had a sky-high rating over 1000bq/m3. Michael from Radon Gas Experts came well recommended from a friend. He ended up saving us a lot of money and we have reduced levels by over 95%.
The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer has classified Radon Gas as a Group 1 carcinogen along with tobacco smoke and asbestos. It's important to get your home and business tested to keep those you care about safe. Book a free assessment below for more information.FREE Consultation