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Radon....what is it?

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas formed from the decay of Uranium, a common element found in the soil, rock and groundwater under and around Canadian homes and businesses.  
There is some level of radon in every building, and high levels can be a risk to you in your home and your workplace. 
Long term exposure to high radon levels can cause lung cancer. It is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.

This map shows potential levels of radon in Canada. Health Canada recommends testing your home for radon, and taking action when the levels are over 200 bq/m3.
Radon... is it in your home or workplace?

The only way to discover your radon levels is to conduct a simple do-it-yourself test.
Radon...what is the health impact ?

How we can help
Radon Controls Inc. is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada but travel all over Western Canada. 
We are qualified to assist you with your radon testing and mitigation needs. We will come to your home or workplace and test for levels of radon in accordance with Health Canada guidelines or you can easily do it yourself. 
If you need to reduce your radon, each system is custom designed for your unique situation and for maximum results. We are C-NRPP certified radon measurement and mitigation specialists and we serve western Canada. 
We are affiliated with Loreck Homes Ltd bringing 40 years of structural experience.
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                            Proudly Serving Western Canada with safe air solutions
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Radon Controls Inc.
403-475-0303
Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer deaths in Canada, according to Health Canada and the Lung Association & Canadian Cancer Society.

Once released from the soil, radon mixes with the air that we breathe. It congregates in confined spaces, like basements.  
Radon is colourless, tasteless and has no smell which makes it impossible to detect without testing for it.