Protect your family and home from radon gas

The annual death rate in Canada from exposure to radon-induced lung cancer is 3,200 deaths, higher than car accidents, carbon monoxide and house fire deaths combined.

“Radon is the number 1 cause of lung cancer amongst non-smokers.”

What is radon?

Uranium is everywhere in the ground and in all kinds of soil, when it starts to break down it creates a radioactive gas that is odourless, colourless, and tasteless. This gas is radon. It is the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers.

Radon finds its way into your home and it can accumulate, which is when it can become dangerous. Exposure to high doses of radon over a long period of time is a major health risk. According to Health Canada, radon is linked to about 16 percent of all lung cancer deaths in Canada, which makes it the second leading cause of lung cancer.

Does your region have high radon levels?

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Where is Radon Found?

Radon can seep into a home through pipes, windows, sump pumps, unfinished floors, crawl spaces, cracks in foundation walls, and floors; even through foundation walls. Concrete is porous and radon is a gas therefore it can penetrate through the tiny holes in your home’s foundation walls.

One house can have radon levels next to zero while the house next door can have levels that are off the charts.

The only way to know is to test 

Radon Montreal
Bartnicki Inspections

Radon Professionals

Saint-Lazare, Quebec, J7T 2A1

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Radon Montreal is certified by the C-NRPP

Mitigation: CRMT-202450

Testing: CRT-202369