Why You Should Schedule Professional Water Testing
The list above of all the contaminants that might be in your home’s water sounds a bit intimidating. However, it’s rare that so many pollutants affecting a single water supply. But there is a strong chance that you have some level of contaminants in the water that comes from your taps and goes to your appliances. Finding out what there contaminants are is the job of water testing technicians.
There are a few specific cases where it is particularly important to arrange for water testing. If you notice an increase in illnesses among people in your household, you should try to rule out water contamination as a source, or find out what you can do to improve the water quality. If you draw your water from a well rather than a municipal source, you are receiving water that hasn’t gone through any treatment and has a higher likelihood of containing high alkalinity and pesticides.
You should also arrange for water testing if you have suspicions about the quality of your water because it tastes or smells odd. If you notice flaky substances on fixtures or white film across the bathtub or shower, you should also arrange to have the content of the water checked.
How Water Quality Testing Is Done
The process of testing for water is simple and will not take up much of your time. After you arrange for the service with our water quality professionals, they will arrive at your residence on the appointed day and take samples of water from different places around the house. This representative sample then goes to a lab, where it is tested for sodium, pH levels, chemicals, heavy metals, hardness, and other pollutants. A week later, we will provide you with detailed results, as well as advice on what water treatment systems will help you eliminate the problems.
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