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Water Testing Services by Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC
As a homeowner, you have various projects and tasks on your plate at any given moment. Leaks, broken down equipment, and discomfort are all culprits throughout the year, but water quality is also an important issue that you can’t afford to neglect. Many homeowners choose to use a simple carbon filter, like those found in plastic jugs, to capture some contaminants, but the key to water purification is knowing what it is about your water supply that is causing the problem. Without this information, you can’t hope to find a relevant solution. That’s what our water testing service in West Palm Beach, FL is all about. We want to make certain that you and your family are drinking, bathing in and using clean water throughout the home. What’s more, we offer a number of water purification and filtration options for you to consider.
If you’re concerned about your water supply, call Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC today for water testing!
Why Have Your Water Tested?
Whether water comes from a well or via a municipal water line, it tends to have much more in it than meets the eye. Microscopic particles, contaminants and pollutants can cause all sorts of issues throughout your home as well as in you. If you’ve never had your home’s water supply tested, don’t wait. It’s better to be safe than sorry, and the nominal cost of water testing will give you the info you need to make a decision about whether to take action or not.
What’s Wrong with Your Water?
There are plenty of contaminants that can do more than just affect the taste buds or leave a residue in the shower. Nitrates, heavy metals such as mercury and lead, bacteria, benzene, atrazine, arsenic and radon are all potential health risks. You’ll need to take them into consideration if you find them in your water.
There are also water issues that are just plain unpleasant to the senses. Minerals such as iron and sulfur as well as manganese and various other sediments may all affect the taste of your water. Moreover, high levels of calcium and magnesium (commonly known as "hard water") may lead to piping problems in the long–term.
Our Professional Water Testing Service
Let us take care of your water testing service so that you know the results are reliable. We’ll make certain to go through the results of the test with you so that you know exactly what the data means. We can also work with you to find a comprehensive solution to the problem. If it’s just hard water, then a water softener might do the trick, while if it’s bacteria or other biological contaminants you’d like to target, then you’ll need a disinfection unit of some type, typically a UV water purifier.
We’re eager to ensure that you’re using clean and clear water in your household. If you have any concerns about your water supply, reach out to one of our specialists today. We’re ready to assist you.