Radon Measurement and Testing
Tri-Star Disaster Recovery offers Radon Gas measurement and testing. Tri-Star’s technicians are C-NRPP certified and adhere to all industry protocols.
Radon is a radioactive gas that is created when uranium is broken down and decayed in soils, rocks or water. It is odourless, tasteless, invisible and can be released into your home by cracks in the foundation, walls, floors or gaps in pipes and cables. Radon is diluted to a much less harmful level when released into the outdoor air but can become hazardous when enclosed in an area, such as your home.
Exposure to Radon can cause serious health risks. When breathed in, radon breaks down the lungs and can increase the chance of developing lung cancer. According to Government Canada, It is the second leading cause of lung cancer next to smoking. The only way to know if your family is affected by radon gas is to test the air quality in the home.
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