professional, certified, experienced
radon testing and mitigation solutions 
since 2009


Announcement Regarding Covid-19
At Radon Controls, we take your health very seriously. In order to protect the safety of our clients and our workers, we have implemented safety protocols.  We commit  that no one will visit your home or workplace who has knowingly been exposed to or is suffering from Covid-19. In return, if we are scheduled to visit your home or workplace and you believe you may have been exposed, please let us know so that we can re-schedule or take necessary precautions.

How Can I Determine the Radon Levels in My Home?

Buy a test kit now!
Testing your home for radon is affordable and accurate. Health Canada recommends a 3 month test during the heating season for the most accurate results. The test is called a passive test and uses no electricity. It is a simple as placing the tester in the lowest lived in level of your home, or where someone spends four or more hours a day.
We suggest avoiding furnace rooms, kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms. Once enough time has elapsed, just fill in a form either online or paper, put the tester in a provided mailer and send it to the lab. Once at the lab, the results will be in your inbox within 5 - 7 days.

Testing the levels of radon gas in your home is the first step and is something you can easily do yourself. 

​Afraid you won't do it right? We are only a phone call away and are more than happy to walk you through the process.

We sell radon test kits that are kept in a controlled environment and offer complete support if you have any questions. 

Or, Radon Controls Inc. can come and test the radon levels for you if you prefer not to do it yourself.

The tests are interpreted by an independent, accredited laboratory. Testing is the only way to know.

The Radonova Alpha Track Tester is available and our price of $59.00 plus GST includes shipping to you as well as a prepaid shipping label to the lab for analysis. Click on the Paypal button to purchase securely.

What Do the Numbers Mean?

In Canada, the "Action Level" (the level where you need to do something about it) is set a 200 bq/m3. Other jurisdictions have different standards - the USA suggests over about 150 bq/m3 is too high, but the World Health Organization has set the action level at 100 bq/m3.