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Do you know what’s in your water? Down to a scientific level? Whether your water comes from a municipal source or you get well water, it’s a good idea to have your water tested every so often by a professional water company like EcoWater. It’s not hard for water to become contaminated from any number of pollutants or microorganisms, so if you test your water on a regular schedule, you can always be assured that your water is safe to drink. And if it isn’t, you can start taking measures to rectify the situation. Let’s take a moment to examine the reasons for testing in greater detail.

Chemicals are a part of our lives.

We live in a world dominated by chemicals. Even if you strive to live an all-natural existence, the same certainly isn’t true of everyone in your area who shares the same water source. If these chemicals permeate the ground and end up in your tap water, then you end up ingesting them, which can be hazardous to your health, depending on quantity and frequency. Get the peace of mind you deserve by testing your water to ensure it is safe to drink. 

Low local government safety thresholds.

Most local governments have a minimum water safety level, but what they consider safe may not correspond to your own personal feelings on the matter. They most likely allow for an “acceptable” level of different metals, minerals, chemicals and microorganisms. When you get your water tested by someone like the pros at EcoWater, you can clearly see if your water fails, meets or exceeds the minimum standards set by your local government. 

Contamination isn’t always obvious.

It might seem like your water is safe when you smell it or taste it. But most of the pollutants you have to worry about don’t have a smell or taste that is immediately obvious. As a result, you could find yourself drinking glass after glass — day after day — of water that may not be truly safe for you. So don’t just assume your water is fine based on its sight, taste and odor— have your water professionally tested to ensure the safety of everyone in your home.

Half of private water wells are contaminated.

If your house’s water supply is fed by a private system, you have a one in two chance that the water is contaminated. In fact, a recent Penn State study shows that fifty percent of private water systems cannot pass at least one drinking water safety standard. Routine testing can help ensure that your private water system is providing you with clean, potable water.

…So how can I get my water tested?

Getting your water tested is an easy, painless process. There are a number of water testing kits available on the consumer market, and some of them are quite good. But for a truly accurate reading of what’s in your water, it’s best to turn to water professionals. At EcoWater, our trained and courteous team will be happy to come by and test your water for you. Based on the readings, we can provide you with a variety of options to mitigate and reverse any problems we uncover. Just give us a call to set up an appointment. 

I got my water tested, and the results aren’t good. Now what?

Don’t fret, but don’t drink that water. EcoWater has a variety of solutions that can ensure you get contaminant-free tap water for your home. We carry some of the most state-of-the-art filtering systems available, as well as water softeners, water refiners  water purification systems and more. We even offer technology that allows you to easily monitor your water solutions from the convenience of your smartphone.