You can’t see it and you can’t smell it. But radon in your home, seeping up through the foundation, could be a serious risk to your health.
ut it’s a risk that can be mitigated. And Health Canada wants homeowners to measure the radon in their dwellings and take steps to lower levels if they are high.
“It can be fixed. It’s easy to fix. And while it’s not cheap, it’s not super expensive either,” Kelley Bush, head of radon education and awareness at Health Canada, said Thursday in an interview.
Source: CTV News