The Importance of Water Testing

Why do we offer free water tests? Because the more you know, the better off you’ll be.

Water quality can no longer be taken for granted. There are many variables that can come into play: the possibility of contamination, our aging water distribution system, unknown well-water quality and the type of plumbing in your home. And unbeknownst to many, municipalities can supply you with hard water. They are also supposed to provide you with water that meets federal standards, but are those standards your standards? You can read more about regulated contaminants from the United States Environmental Protection Agency or learn about the recommended ways to keep your family’s water safe with the Water Quality Association’s Drinking Water Treatment Fact Sheet.

Some water issues are obvious, others are invisible. Our local water professionals know your area and your water. They’ll provide you with a free water analysis and plumbing audit, so you can be armed with the information you need to make the right decisions for you and your home.

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The Importance of Having Your Water Tested

Your water could be subjected to a number of different contaminants. Dean Johnson, from Hometime, talks about why it’s important to have your water tested. Watch the video.

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