You've probably never heard of radon. That's not unusual - most people haven't. They should. Radon is a radioactive gas that is colourless and odourless. In confined spaces, it can pose a serious health risk.
According to Health Canada, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. In the open air, radon is not a health risk. In confined spaces such as a house, it can be. the only way to determine if your home has elevated levels of radon is to test for it.
The good news is, testing is a simple and affordable process. Just call Link ClimateCare, part of the largest certified network of radon experts in Canada. we'll check your home, and if there are elevated levels of radon we can recommend a way to reduce them to safe levels.