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To our knowledge, Canada Radon is the only Canadian mitigation company that guarantees results to be lower than the strictest world guidleines. We will reduce your levels below the World Health Organization standards of 100 bq/m3....GUARANTEED!! (typical post mitigation results are less than 30 bq/m3)


All system components are fully guaranteed for ten years after installation.


I am very happy with the work received from Canada Radon, I feel safe in my home again.

I got exactly what I expected, 100% satisfaction (something that barely happens anymore). Very professional business, prompt, courteous, well informed, and organized.
Basement was left spotless after installation. I have peace of mind knowing our Radon levels have gone from over 400 Bq to a daily average of 10Bq

Chris was very knowledgeable, and left our place cleaner than when he started. Our readings dropped to 13 bq/m3. Thank you!


Concerned about Radon in your home but can't locate a professional in your area? ...we travel throughout Canada!

Please fill out your information on our contact page and we will advise you of our scheduling.

Current mitigation schedule:

Thunder Bay, ON: Ongoing

Saskatoon, SK: Ongoing

Regina, SK: Ongoing

Calgary, AB: Ongoing

Edmonton, AB: Ongoing

Saint John, NB: Ongoing

(dates subject to change, space is limited)


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Canada Radon Inc. is committed to protecting the health of Canadians, minimizing the impact of Radon Mitigation on the environment, and encouraging sustainable practices within the company.

Regina may have the most radon-exposed population in the world: researcher

The Prairies have the second-highest radon levels in the world, behind only Poland, according to new research. The story gets worse for Saskatchewan, and worse again in Regina.


Public Health warns of radon levels after high numbers recorded in several Kingston-area homes

Posted August 12, 2019 3:23 pm

One in five homes tested for radon under the purview of KFL&A Public Health showed high levels of radon, according to the public health unit.

The health unit surveyed over 1,000 homes in the area, and over 220 of those homes were found to have radon levels higher than the Health Canada guideline.


Winnipeg homeowner finds radon gas levels 10x above recommended level


Published Friday, December 6, 2019 4:55PM CST Last Updated Monday, December 9, 2019 11:29AM CST

WINNIPEG -- Winnipeg homeowner Marci Tyc was immediately concerned when she borrowed a radon monitor from a friend and put it in her basement.

“She’s a very good friend of ours and wants to make sure that we’re all healthy, and so we did it,” said Tyc.

High levels of radon, would be anything over 200 becquerels per cubic metre (Bq/m^3) which is Health Canada’s current guideline for indoor air.

“We had a level of 2700,” said Tyc.


During the past eight years Canada Radon has been very busy. We have completed numerous mitigation jobs throughout Canada including projects for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Commercial Real Estate Services Canada (CBRE), Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). We have performed consultation and design services for various commercial projects and our mitigation crews have worked in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta, and Ontario. We continue to reduce radon in many residential homes and believe that our experience sets us apart from our competition.

We have numerous properties that the radon levels have been reduced to below 15 Bq/m3, which when compared to the Health Canada's acceptable level of less than 200 is virtually an elimination of radon completely.

Don't just reduce your radon....eliminate it!!

Radon can be a problem in homes of all types: old homes, new homes, drafty homes, insulated homes, homes with basements, and homes without basements. Local geology, construction materials, and how the home was built are among the factors that can affect radon levels in homes.


Dr. Roberta Bondar speaks about Radon 2014

As a physician and astronaut she is concerned about a common radiation hazard here on earth, radon. Radon is a radioactive gas from decaying uranium which is found almost anywhere on earth in soil, rocks and water. Radon gas comes primarily from the ground and seeps into your home undetected.

Health Canada recognizes radon as the next leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.

CBC Article
: Radon linked to more lung cancer deaths than previously thought. New Health Canada research indicates there are hundreds more cases annually of lung cancer caused by indoor radon exposure than first determined in the late 1970s, prompting the agency to urge Canadians to check levels of the colourless and odourless gas in their homes. (read full article)

Health Canada only recognizes C-NRPP accreditations for Radon Measurement and Mitigation.

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Mike Holmes, the star of the HGTV series Holmes Makes It Right has teamed up with The Lung Association, Health Canada and the Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists to urge Canadians to test their homes for radon. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in Canada. To learn more about radon and your lung health, visit: