CERTIFIED RADON MEASUREMENT PROFESSIONALS
Test your Home for Radon today!
-Radon is a growing concern in Canada. More Canadians are testing for radon and taking action to improve radon levels in their homes today.
-By testing for Radon, you are taking the first steps to help prevent one of the leading causes of lung cancer in Canadians and ensuring you and your home’s safety for the future.
As a “C-NRPP certified Radon Measurement Professional”, we measure radon levels in your home, ensure test devices are placed properly per C-NRPP and Health Canada protocols , ensuring accurate results and provide our clients with detailed reports and explanations that are easy to understand and assist in developing a course of action if required.
In Home consultation and deployment of listed/certified test device(s) per C-NRPP and Health Canada protocols.
Short term screening for potential radon and follow up long term test to determine need for mitigation.
Shipment of test devices to a C-NRPP certified Lab for analysis and follow up consultation to review test report results with you, so you understand what the results mean and what courses of action are available to you *.
We are always available for follow up support, for as long as you own your home at no extra cost.
*Need to mitigate? Radon mitigation is a relatively simple process and homes can be fixed cost effectively and often very quickly, sometimes in the course of a day.
We only work with C-NRPP certified Radon mitigation professionals and we can refer you to those professionals should you decide mitigation is a course of action you wish to consider based on your Radon exposure levels. You can also find certified Radon mitigation professionals in your area by visiting: https://c-nrpp.ca/find-a-professional/
Comprehensive Radon Testing Services:
WHAT IS RADON?
Radon is a tasteless, odourless and invisible radioactive gas, resulting from decaying uranium in the soil under buildings.
Radon gas can enter your home through any point where it is in contact with the ground. As radon radioactively decays, alpha, beta and gamma particles can be released into the lungs, causing damage to the lung tissue and increasing a person’s chance of developing lung cancer.
No building is free of Radon but determining exposure levels through testing is the only way to know the level of risk. Health Canada guidelines suggest mitigation in cases of average test results greater than 200 Becquerels per cubic metre.
Radon is estimated to be linked to over 3200 lung cancer deaths per year in Canada. It is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and second leading cause of lung cancer in smokers. Smokers exposed to elevated concentrations of Radon have an increased chance of developing Lung cancer. This is staggering information and now that we know the effects, we have the opportunity to take action.
Philip Goldsmith -
Certified Member of CARST(Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists)
Certified Radon Measurement Professional, C-NRPP (Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program) C-NRPP Certification ID: CRT-202109
CARST MEMBERSHIP INFO: https://www.carst.ca/Sys/PublicProfile/49446885/1695927