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Radon is not something that happens to someone else. We have seen radon issues in newer homes, older homes, bungalows, two-storey, and three-storey homes. We have seen radon issues in homes that have dirt floor crawl spaces, finished basements, poured concrete foundations, block wall foundations, and stone foundations. We have seen radon issues in homes that seemingly have “perfect, uncracked” floor slabs and foundations.

Radon levels cannot be determined by the building-type or construction. Radon levels cannot be determined based on a neighbor's radon test.

The only way to know if you have a radon issue is to test your home.

Whether you use us to help you determine the radon levels in your home, or buy your own test kit, test your home. It’s important.

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