Dave Devine – Owner – Radon Specialist

Dave has a diploma from NAIT as an Electronic Engineering Technologist. He worked as a service technician with Kodak Canada in Alberta and Ontario. When Dave moved back to Alberta he worked as a Systems Analyst for Xerox. After Xerox he became an Alberta certified home inspector due to his interest in building science, this is where he first learned about Radon and its implications to human health.

Dave learned as much as possible about Radon and then decided to get certified by C-NRPP to ensure that all standards and best practices were followed. He gets tremendous satisfaction that he is making homes safe for his customers, especially children. 

Howard Fuhr – Owner/Radon Mitigation Specialist

Howard has been involved in the building and construction industry for over 25 years. He has a diploma from NAIT in carpentry and millworking and holds a designation as a Certified Master Building Inspector in Alberta. He’s extremely knowledgeable on
building science and code to insure homeowners help protect themselves now and into  the future.

Howard was introduced to radon at an inspection conference in Las Vegas 6 years ago and ever since, has been involved in research and learning all about radon in Alberta. He has been involved in extensive testing and mitigations for half a decade. Knowing
the risks that radon poses for homes, daycares, schools, and other business, he is committed to consumer awareness and ultimately reducing individuals exposure to radon.

“Every place should be tested, and I mean every place. The technology is out there, it’s so easy to do, and in most cases relatively easy to resolve if the area has concentrated levels of radon. The sad part is that many consumers don’t even know what radon is, or realize that they could be living or working in a highly concentrated area of radon. The worst part of our job is hearing the sad stories about parents or other family members
who passed away of lung cancer or now have lung cancer, we get these phone calls to mitigate the very house they lived in that has caused this. It really hits you when you hear these stories” – Howard Fuhr

Amy DesRoches- Radon Measurement Specialist

Amy’s background as a chemical engineer has given her an advantage in understanding radon and the effects on human health. Amy is a Radon Measurement Specialist certified by C-NRPP, she is able to apply all her knowledge in testing homes, businesses, schools and daycares.

‘’My concern is obviously the risks of exposure and providing awareness to as many people as possible. I think all need to be educated and raise awareness so that all of us have the opportunity to get our place of work or home tested, I will gladly do this for you” – Amy Desroches