Radon Dresher, PA 19025
Radon Testing and Radon Remediation in Dresher
Dresher (previously Dreshertown) is a community in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The population was 5,610 at the 2000 census. The headwaters for Sandy Run, a tributary of the Wissahickon Creek are located in Dresher.
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.
Dresher is located north of Philadelphia and is adjacent to Interstate 276. Radon is prevalent in Dresher, even if you’re not aware of it. You and your loved ones may be at risk.
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If You Live in Dresher, Radon is in your home
Scientific analysis of radon levels in homes in Dresher 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.
Radon Radioactive Gas Kills
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 Dresher affects on average 10-40% of all homes.
For Help with Radon Testing and Radon Remediation in Dresher
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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