What's the problem?
Without going into a great amount of detail, radon gas is not good for you and has been linked with lung cancer. A recent survey published by Health Canada said that 7% of Canadians are living in homes with high radon levels. Its an issue which has gained more attention in recent years, but its not yet getting the attention it deserves. Radon levels are measurable and they can be mitigated fairly easily for a reasonable cost. So why aren’t more people taking steps to do so?
It’s difficult for people to grasp the potential magnitude of a problem when it is invisible. If a roof leaks or an appliance stops working, you are very aware of it and will take steps to fix the issue. However, when the problem is not…