Radon Measurement

Radon is a known human carcinogen. Health Canada estimates that 16% of all lung cancers and the deaths of over 3,000 Canadians annually are due to being exposed to elevated levels of radon. The combined effects of radon exposure and smoking tobacco significantly increases the risk of lung cancer. If a smoker is exposed to the same level of radon over a lifetime, the risk increases to a 1 in 3 chance.

Our certified consultants will use a Continuous Radon Monitor for short term tests. If radiation levels meet or exceed 200 Becquerels per cubic meter, Health Canada strongly recommends a long-term test for laboratory analysis.

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