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Radon Mitigation included in Home Renovation Tax Credit for Saskatchewan Residents

Submitted by ktremblay on 10 March 2022

Did you know that if you’ve undergone radon reduction in your home between October 1, 2020 and December 31, 2022, you may be eligible to claim your expenses under the Government of Saskatchewan’s Home Renovation Tax Credit?

The Provincial Government’s Home Renovation Tax Credit allows home owners to claim a 10.5 per cent tax credit on up to $20,000 of eligible home renovation expenses. The eligible expenses include the cost of labour, professional services, and the building materials required for radon reduction measures.

Home Renovation Tax Credit and Radon Mitigation


Get CASH BACK with the Saskatchewan Home Renovation Tax Credit!

CARST and LUNG SASK are encouraging Saskatchewan residents to test for radon now. If radon levels are high, residents can claim mitigation expenses incurred by December 31, 2022.

STEP 1: Learn more about radon and order a test kit at

OR, Find a certified professional to measure radon levels:

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that enters homes from the ground. Radon exposure is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. Radon is present in varying levels in every home and building in Canada, and exposure to high levels increases the risk of developing lung cancer. It is odorless, tasteless and colourless and the only way to know how much is in your home is to test.

STEP 2: If levels are high, use a certified professional to mitigate radon. Find a certified mitigation professional at

In Saskatchewan, recent testing found 35%of homes tested had radon levels above Health Canada’s action guideline (200 Bq/m3) and 73%had levels above the World Health Organization’s action guideline (100 Bq/m3).

STEP 3: Claim radon expenses under the Home Renovation Tax Credit. For more information visit

Through Saskatchewan’s Home Renovation Tax Credit, Saskatchewan residents can claim 10.5of eligible home renovation expenses incurred between October 1, 2020 and December 31, 2022 on their 2021 and/or 2022 income tax returns. Radon measurement and professional mitigation services and equipment fit the definitions of eligible expenses.


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