Are you worried that your water might not be safe to drink? If someone in your household has a mystery ailment that seems to be lingering no matter how many trips to the doctor you make, your water might be the culprit, or more specifically, something in your water.
If you live in town, you might be wondering how that’s possible, because most people think that municipalities have an obligation to provide safe drinking water to their customers.
They technically do, but it’s not that simple and all too often, municipalities fail to do that. Flint, Michigan is a classic case in point. Worse, Flint is hardly unique. Nationwide, there are more than a thousand communities with water problems as bad, or even worse than Flints. That’s why our water test service in Middleburg, VA is so important. It gives you peace of mind and enables you to check behind the people providing the water to you to make sure they’re doing their job.
If you live in the country and get your water from a spring or a well, then testing is even more important because there are no government agencies responsible for checking the quality of well water.
Given that, we recommend taking advantage of our water tests in Middleburg, VA right away so you can establish a baseline and verify the quality of your water in the here and now. Then, once the baseline has been established, re-check it on an annual basis.
This allows you to track changes to your water over time and catch problems while they’re still small and relatively easy to correct.
Even if the initial test reveals that your water is perfectly save to drink, if you’re not 100% satisfied with the way it tastes, we can help with that too. We offer a full range of water tests in Middleburg, VA that are specifically designed to address water taste and quality concerns.
Some taste and quality problems are easy to identify. If your water smells like rotten eggs, for example, it undoubtedly contains sulfur. There are ways to fix that, but you’ve got to know exactly how much is present in order to correct the problem. We have a test for that.
Do you have hard water? Water that stains your clothes when you do laundry, or leaves unsightly rings around the rim of your toilet, in your sinks or in your shower or tub? That’s likely due to the presence of a high iron content, but again, in order to fix it, you’ve got to understand how much is present so you know how much remediation is required.
The bottom line is, whatever issues you’re having with your water, we almost certainly have a test that can help you get to the bottom of it. Call us today.