Jeff, Chris and Mike make a great team bringing their combined extensive home knowledge together to help reduce their neighbors’ risk of contracting Radon induced lung cancer.
Serving the Greater Moncton Area for the last 15 years and the building of over 200 homes, with a goal to exceed the customers’ desires and expectations, Chris extends individualized attention and support to produce quality homes. Experienced and qualified, Chris Franklin is a certified “ Master Builder” through the Canadian Home Builders Association in an ongoing commitment to ensuring quality and expertise in the construction process. Indeed, hands-on quality construction practices and personal contact with customers are the hallmarks of a Chris Franklin.
Chris has pursued continued and ongoing education in the construction industry for the past 15 years with certifications in R-2000 Homes, Energy Star Home, Net Zero Homes, along now with building of Radon Free homes.
Mike Leblanc was born in Moncton and spend his childhood growing up in Riverview, New Brunswick. He left home in 2001 to see other parts of our beautiful country and settled in British Columbia for seven years where he met his wife, Pascale. Both of their kids were born in BC. The family moved to Quebec, Pascale’s home town, for the next 8 years. Mike worked for his father in law as a house mover where he gained an extensive knowledge of house structure and foundations. They now live in Lower Coverdale, NB in their newly constructed and Radon reduced home.
Mike was a NACHI Certified Professional Home Inspector (CPI) for 3 years with COttage to Castle Home Inspection Services and has inspected over 700 homes. This has further elevated Mike’s knowledge of homes as it relates to building science, a definite asset for Residential Radon Mitigations.
Mike is C-NRPP certified in both radon measurement and mitigation. Mike is the general manager of Radon Repair Inc. He has tested hundreds of homes and has mitigated over 80 homes throughout South-Eastern New Brunswick. He strives to raise awareness about the dangerous effects of radon gas in our homes and to reduce cancer rates in his province.