The Borough of Collegeville is located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania at the intersection of the Ridge Pike, the Germantown Pike, and Rt. 29. The Borough is 1.6 square miles in size and has a population of approximately 4,600 residents with about 1,300 more when Ursinus College is in session.
As a result of its historic role as a commercial crossroad, and it’s location between the Perkiomen Valley and the Rt. 422 Expressway, the Borough of Collegeville has become the town center of a region that has taken its name.
Radon is a radioactive gas that results from the natural breakdown of uranium found in trace amounts in soil, rock, and water. Radon is the main source of our exposure to all radiation. The US Surgeon General and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have determined that radon is second only to smoking as a leading cause of lung cancer. Testing for Radon is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk from radon.
The Borough of Collegeville is a great place to live, work, and play. We are a close-knit community, and take great pride in our neighborhoods, streets, and parks. Our merchants provide many of the goods and services for the region and yet we are close to the premium shopping malls in King of Prussia and Plymouth Meeting. We are home to Ursinus College, a highly regarded Liberal Arts college, and next door to the Wyeth World Headquarters and many other corporate employers and providers. Radon is dangerous and could be affecting you in Collegeville.
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Scientific analysis of radon levels in homes in Collegeville and many other Pennsylvania cities have found that 10% or more of homes contain dangerous levels of radon. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that can be removed from the house though radon mitigation.
On average, 20,000 Americans die each year from radon exposure. Most of the exposure happens in their own home, where radon has a chance to build up over time because it is trapped by the walls and foundation. The percentage of radon contamination in Montgomery County homes can be very high. Radon in Collegeville affects on average 10-40% of all homes.
Contact a professional today about your home. Radon testing can verify that you are living in a safe environment, and if not Radon mitigation specialists can help you make your home safe for your family.
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