Did you know?

  • In 2007, Health Canada lowered the radon action level from 800 Bq/m3 to 200 Bq/m3

Mitigation (noun):

  • the act of reducing, or lessening the force or  intensity of something  unpleasant.

  • the act of making a  condition or consequence  less severe.

  • the process of becoming  milder or less severe.

Concerned by your radon test results? Don't worry! Radon Reduction Services is here to help. A properly designed radon reduction system will drastically reduce radon levels in your home or building.   

Radon Mitigation
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The most common type of radon mitigation systems are called Active Sub-slab Depressurization (ASD) systems. These ASD systems are very effective, quiet, affordable, and can usually be installed in a day.

Every house is different, and therefor every ASD radon mitigation system should be different. There are numerous guidelines to follow in order to have a properly installed ASD radon mitigation system.
Radon Reduction Services would be happy to provide you a quote for your unique property. To book a quote or to find out more, please contact us

The only way to know the radon level in your building is to test. Testing is easy and affordable. Contact us to order your test today.

Radon Reduction Services perform diagnostics to determine the best location for an effective and efficient radon mitigation system that will be located in the most convenient and least intrusive location in your home. Generally we aim to locate ASD radon mitigation systems in mechanical/furnace/electrical rooms, storage rooms, or unoccupied areas of the home.

Mitigation System Photo Gallery

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Standard ASD Systems

Radon Reduction Services custom builds each radon mitigation system to suit the property and the needs of the occupants while optimizing performance, space usage, and aesthetics.

Tight Spaces

Radon mitigation system can be installed in crawl spaces, under landings, and tucked in behind other household appliances to minimize the impact on storage and accessibility. Please contact us to discuss the options for your home.

Through Shelving

Radon Reduction Services custom builds each radon mitigation system to suit the property and therefor we can install our systems in a variety of locations to best suit the property as well as the owner's needs.

Exhaust Exit Points (Standard)

Our standard exits are shown above. These are used whenever possible and can be black or white. All exit fittings have a varmint guard inside to keep critters out. Contact us to find out more.

Exhaust Exit Points (Snorkels and Extensions)

Snorkels and extensions are used when there are intakes or opening windows nearby. Extensions through the soffit (middle picture) are an option for those wanting the discharge to be above the roof line and can be black, white, or grey. All of these options have a varmint guard installed. Please contact us to see if one of these options will be required for your property.