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Government Grant Assistance with Mitigation Costs

Lastly, we want to remind you of the details of the Radon Mitigation Grant.  The Canadian Lung Association has a radon mitigation grant of $1500 towards the cost of a radon mitigation system.  This is intended to help homeowners who can't afford radon mitigation.  In order to qualify for this grant, a homeowner must provide a radon report of 91 days duration or longer using an approved device (such as an Alpha track detector - a test using a consumer-grade electronic radon monitor will not qualify ).  Homeowners must apply with a quote from a certified C-NRPP professional prior to getting any work done ,and they must show proof of qualification which includes proof of income below the criteria or lung cancer diagnosis.  I've attached a sheet of easy to print and cut information about the grant.  You can find more information online here:   (the application link is on the red bar).


Requirements for application

- a Radon measuremetn of 91 days or longer using a C-NRPP approved device

-apply with a quote from a C-NRPP professional BEFORE starting the mitigation work 

-Proof of eligibility including proof of income or lung cancer diagnosos




The Canadian Lung Cancer Association has recently launched a new grant program to help people across Canada afford radon mitigation services.

The Lungs Matter Grant Program  aims to provide financial support to individuals who have been diagnosed with Lung Cancer and individuals considered a low-moderate income housolds with priority given to the low-income houshold.

Canadian Lung Canver Association Radon MItigation Grant:






Radon Potential with Home Inspections

Alder Creek Inspections and Consulting, Serving areas of Kitchener, Waterloo, Stratford, Cambridge, Goderich, Woodstock and Southwestern Ontario


 The home purchase in one of the most important purchases you will make in your life time. The home inspection is a very important aspect of this purchase. Although the inspection is only a visual inspection and not invasive the Inspector can in most cases find hidden troules of the home and inform you of these defects. By looking at the way the home is structured and the internal functions of the home, a extra set of eyes can report on many of these areas of the home to inform clients of defects normally not found by an untrained eye. During the home inspection odours of the home can be made not of and Alder Creek can help eliminate the odours and bacteria left behind from the previous owners. Ozone shock treatments can remedy this issue in the home. Alder Creek also can install a Terminator in the furnace duct system to help eliminate toxins in the air of the home.


 Radon testing should also be part of the home inspection process. When having this test completed in the home this should be completed by a licensed and qualified person. Alder Creek carries this license. How I describe this is that if you were to have electrical work completed on your home would you do it your self and carry any burden yourself if something goes wrong or would you rather hire a professional to do the work who is trained to complete the process with proper protocol.

Alder Creek is a member of CARST which is the governing body for Radon.



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