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Radon Mitigation

Repairing a home or workplace with a high radon level is usually referred to as “mitigating”.

Our simple guarantee is; "If we fail to reduce the Radon in your home or business to below the Canadian 'action level' we will refund all our mitigation fees."

High Radon Test?

If you have a radon test that is higher than the 'action levels' Health Canada recommends, or if you want to lower your family’s or employee’s exposure to radon gas we will proceed as follows:

We will analyze your home as to how it was built, type of foundation wall construction, basement floor finishes, presence of sump pit, high water table, topography, size, age of building, and what level of Radon Gas your test showed. This information or as much of it as is known, is usually taken over the phone. It is also important for us to know what type of test you conducted including device type, length, and protocol followed.

We will then book an appointment to complete a soil permeability or connectivity test. This will show us the permeability of the gravel bed and/or soil under the concrete and find out if there are any hidden footings which will affect connectivity. This will also provide us with key information so that we can recommend the correct system for your home.

 

For more detailed information, please visit www.RadonClean.com.

 

Top News
  • Mar 30, 2017 Radon gas at dangerous levels in 1 in 8 Calgary-area homes, study finds Researchers at the University of Calgary's Cumming School of Medicine tested radon gas levels in more than 2,300 homes in Calgary, Cochrane, Airdrie, Okotoks, High River and Redwood Meadows. The results show the known cancer-causing gas is a growing public health concern in southern Alberta.....
  • Mar 29, 2017 New research says many Calgary homes have high levels of radon gas A new report, published by the University of Calgary, says that many homes in the city and surrounding areas have dangerously high levels of the deadly gas known as radon. Radon is colourless, odourless and seeps in through the foundation of homes.