Whether you have city water or a private well which provides your water, it can still become contaminated. City water is tested before it enters your home, but depending on the age of your plumbing and the material it is made of, contaminants may still leech into your water; the same water you drink, wash your dishes and clothes as well as shower in.
Water testing is an important tool in keeping your family safe, and the EPA recommends testing well water at least once per year. Contact us with any questions about water quality, water testing or water treatment.
WATER TESTING IS IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFETY
Water can easily be contaminated by both natural and human activity.
It can contain chemicals such as cleaning supplies, chlorine, fertilizer, insecticide and more, as well as bacteria, lead, copper, radon, iron (hard water), and much more. These contaminants may even be invisible and tasteless, but can damage your appliances, plumbing, or even cause harm to yourself or your family.
Water testing is important, and there are different tests for different contaminants. Our experts know what to test for, how to do it, and how to treat it after water testing.
WHAT DO I DO?
The first thing to do is initiate water testing. Do so by navigating to our free water testing signup page and filling in your information. One of our expert water analysts will come out to your home to test your water for common contaminants like chlorine, iron, hardness, sulfur and ph levels, completely free.
Once we know what type of contaminant is in your water supply, we can switch to water treatment mode. At Finken, we have water treatment equipment like water softeners and filters, ultraviolet disinfection equipment, chemical and bacteria treatment systems, iron and odor elimination systems and much more.
Once these are installed, you’ll see an increase in the quality of your water and the quality of your life.
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