Do you know what is in your water? Homes in Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia receive water from domestic wells and municipalities with water treatment facilities. The best way to find out what is actually in your water is to have it tested.
Testing your private well's water quality on a regular basis is an important part of maintaining a safe and reliable water source. Hard water, minerals, discolorations and odors are just a few problems homeowners experience with well water. Bacteria, pesticides and other contaminants can leach into your well water and even cause illness. A simple water test can ensure your family’s health and help you treat the problem. S & L Water Solutions can test your well water and provide solutions to make your water safe.
We can help, we can speak with you are your specfic water concerns and come up with a solutions to your testing needs. Some common tests include:
Include tests for coliform bacteria, nitrates, pH, sodium, chloride, fluoride, sulphate iron, manganese, total dissolved solids, and hardness.
Indicate the presence of microorganisms in the water that are potentially harmful to human health.
A common contaminant found mainly in groundwater. High nitrate concentrations can be particularly dangerous for babies under six months, since nitrate interferes with the ability of blood to carry oxygen.
Ions such as sodium, chloride, sulphate, iron, and manganese can impart objectionable taste or odor to water.
Excessive amounts of sulfate can have a laxative effect or cause gastrointestinal irritation.
Represent the amount of inorganic substances (i.e. sodium, chloride, sulphate) that are dissolved in the water. High total dissolved solids (TDS) can reduce the palatability of water.
The quality of your water is important to you and your health. All S & L Employees are state certified Water Samplers, we know how to test and what to test for. Based on these water test results, S & L Water Solutions can recommend the best solution for your families safety and home.
Contact S & L Water Solutions to set up a water analysis and get started on the path toward clean, healthy water. Call us today at (240) 313-9190.