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Radon vent pump mounted to the outside of a home to evacuate harmful radon from a house.
A crawl space pipe to capture radon gas and safely vent it outside.
Certified Professional Residential Radon Testing and Mitigation

Our Radon Mitigation Process

Initial Assessment

We begin with a comprehensive assessment of your home’s radon levels using advanced testing methods.

Customized Plan

Based on the assessment results, we design a personalized mitigation plan that suits your home’s layout and addresses the root cause of radon intrusion.

Professional Installation

Greg will implement a mitigation system with precision and expertise, adhering to strict safety protocols.

Post-Installation Testing

We conduct thorough post-installation testing to verify the effectiveness of the mitigation system and ensure that radon levels are within Health Canada’s recommended limits.

Greg Wheaton Certified Radon Mitigation Specialist

Radon Mitigation Consultant

Greg Wheaton C-NRPP

Certification: CRMT#202681 & CRT#202680

Greg grew up in Creston and has lived in the Nelson area for the last 18 years. With 40 years of construction and renovation experience (18 years locally), he brings a wealth of expertise to his work.

Recently, Greg became aware of the dangers of Radon Gas. After testing his home, he discovered high levels of this harmful gas. Intrigued by the topic, he delved into research and completed certification courses through C-NRPP. Subsequently, Greg installed a mitigation system in his own home and in his newly constructed shop.

Now, Greg is eager to share his knowledge and offer his services to the residents of the West Kootenays.

Why Mitigate Radon

Understand the Risks Radon Poses to Your Family

Radon gas is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that forms as a result of the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water. It is colorless, odorless, and tasteless, making it undetectable by human senses. Radon typically enters homes through gaps in the foundation, cracks in walls or floors, and other openings, where it can accumulate to potentially harmful levels. Once indoors, radon can become trapped, leading to elevated concentrations that pose a significant health risk. Prolonged exposure to high levels of radon is associated with an increased risk of lung cancer, particularly among non-smokers. Radon is considered a silent threat because it cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted, making regular testing essential to ensure the safety of indoor environments.

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Invisible Threat

Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that seeps into homes through the ground, posing serious health risks when accumulated at high levels.

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Protect Your Family

Testing for radon is crucial to safeguarding your family’s health, as even low levels of radon can have long-term consequences.

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Health Risk

Prolonged exposure to elevated radon levels increases the risk of lung cancer, making it the second leading cause after smoking.

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Safety First

We prioritize safety throughout the mitigation process, employing industry-best practices to ensure effective radon reduction without compromising your home’s integrity.