Categories for Water Testing

How To Interpret Water Test Results

November 11, 2022

All homeowners who rely on wells for their residential water supply should sign up for regular testing. But do you know what those test results are saying? If you are using well water for the first time, you may not be familiar yet with the details that will be provided. Continue with this article so you can learn how to interpret water results. Well Water Test Results Explained Upon opening your well water test results, you will likely see entries for different contaminants, units, and the corresponding results for each one of them. Let’s discuss each of those contaminants individually... View Article

How To Properly Collect A Water Sample For Testing

August 19, 2022

Testing water at home is a basic aspect that all homeowners should undertake. However, it’s essential to indicate that most homeowners don’t know how to properly collect a water sample for testing. Essentially, collecting water for a home sample might be seen as a complex process, which is the main reason why some property owners have not been engaging in this fundamental process. However, if you want to know how to collect a water sample from home, here’s the procedure. 1. Get a Sample Bottle You must use a clean and dry container specifically designed for water sampling. The bottle... View Article

Why Does the Water Smell in My House? Common Smells and Their Causes

March 10, 2022

If the water in your house smells bad, don’t ignore this potentially hazardous issue. Tap water that smells wrong can be harmful. The fact is that well water needs to be filtered, and foul-smelling water may be a sign that your filter isn’t working properly. Let’s take a closer look at the leading causes for water that doesn’t smell right so you know what kind of action you need to take to address it. Water smells like sewage If the scent of dirt, grime and human waste is in your water supply, you’ll probably hesitate before taking a sip. This... View Article

Everything You Need to Know About Testing Your Water Quality

January 20, 2022

If you get water from a municipal source, it’s consistently tested at the source. However, as water moves through aging infrastructure, it can pick up contaminants as it travels to your home. You should be testing water for quality regularly, as harmful bacteria and minerals could be hazardous to your family’s health. How should you test, and what should you look for? Here are some of the water testing basics you need to know. When to test your water You really should be testing your water as often as possible since you never know when your water quality could change.... View Article

Five Signs Your Well Water Is Contaminated

January 5, 2022

If you rely on well water to supply your home or business, you know that there can be complications from time to time. A lot of these problems simply don’t affect people who count on municipal systems for their water supply, but part of the appeal of having well water in the first place is the control over its quality and how you choose to treat it. That said, there are some instances where your well water could be contaminated, sometimes to an extent where it can pose a health risk to you and your family. As a result, it’s... View Article

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