Most people assume the quality of their tap water is good.
A variety of factors can affect how your water tastes, smells, feels and cleans. Examples that can affect a home’s water supply include an aging water distribution system, well water quality, seasonal and unexpected contaminations, violations of federal drinking water standards and a home’s plumbing. Some water problems may not be as obvious as others. That’s why you need us to test your water to determine if water treatment is necessary and which solution is best for your home.
Don’t take your water quality for granted. Is it safe to MINIMUM legal standards ONLY? Most likely. Could it be better? Definitely.
If for no other reason, there are many important health benefits of removing contaminants from your water. But, did you also know there are many additional aesthetic benefits to treating your water? These benefits include:
Look for these signs of poor quality water around your house:
Concern for the quality of your water can even save you money! Appliances that use water will waste less energy and last longer. You’ll need to use less soaps and detergents as well. And let’s face it, filtered water is better, safer and cheaper!