DIY radon measurement for Canadians
Radon Comes From The Ground And Can Accumulate In Homes

Is Radioactive Radon Gas in Your Home?

Radon is a radioactive gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer in Canada. It is colourless and odourless and can seep into your home and accumulate undetected.

Radon is a health concern when it accumulates in buildings because long term exposure to high levels of radon (being radioactive in nature) can cause lung cancer.

Health Canada estimates that 16% of lung cancer cases in Canada are attributable to radon.

Yet high levels of radon can be easily fixed!

 

Health Canada Radon Guideline

Indoor radon levels should be below 200 Bq/m3  

Have you checked your radon levels yet?

High levels can exists in any home whether new or old, and in any geographic region. There are no symptoms for radon exposure. You can’t see, taste or smell radon gas.

Testing is the only way to know how much radon is in your home!

You should know the level of radon gas in your home to make sure that you and your family’s health is protected.

Detecting and fixing high radon levels is much easier than many people think. Exposure to high radon concentrations is 100% preventable.

Testing is the first step to protect you and your family from exposure to high radon levels.

Measure radon levels with our easy-to-use radon test kit

Approved for Canada

Radon testing kit approved by the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program (CNRPP) for long-term radon measurement in Canada.

Shipped from Canada

Fast shipping from Canada. Pre-addressed return envelope provided  – makes sure shipping to the lab meets analysis standards.

Lab Analysis Fees Included

Cost of purchase includes lab analysis (no extra lab fees). Results reported in Canadian measurement units of Becquerels per cubic metre (Bq/m3).

4 Simple Steps for Using our Radon Test Kit!

The Radon Kit Includes A Long-term Measurement Device

Step 1

Buy our radon test kit ( includes all you need for a radon test)

Place The Radon Measurement Device In Your Home

Step 2

Place the radon detector in your home for at least 91 days. Complete data sheet.

Send The Radon Detector To The Lab For Analysis

Step 3

Send radon detector and data sheet to lab for analysis.

Receive Radon Analysis Report By Email Or Mail

Step 4

Receive radon test results online or by email

Lab analysis fees included
Long term radon test as recommended by Health Canada
All the instructions and data sheet needed to conduct the radon test
Pre-addressed return envelope for safe shipping to the lab