The quality of the water in your home can have a direct impact on your family’s health. Water can become contaminated with a number of substances. You might suspect that something is off but not know what’s causing the issue.
If you’re in that situation, Tri-County Water Services can help. We can provide water testing PA to pinpoint the problem and then find the best solution.
Types of Water Testing Services We Offer
Since homeowners can experience a wide range of water-related problems, we offer several types of testing. Depending on the issue you’re experiencing, we might need to conduct multiple tests to figure out what’s going on.
The source of your water is important. We sometimes see different types of problems with well water than we do with water from a public supply.
Homeowners with wells often have issues related to hard water, bacteria, parasites, viruses, fluoride, heavy metals, chemicals, sediment, and agricultural contaminants. If your home gets water from a public source, you might experience some of the same problems that homeowners with wells face, as well as additional ones. Fluoride, sediment, chemical and microbial contaminants, lead, mercury, nitrates, herbicides, and pharmaceuticals are common issues that homeowners who get public water tend to encounter.
Have Your Water Tested
If your tap water is discolored or has an unpleasant odor, or if you have noticed staining or another type of problem, there are a long list of possible causes. You should have your home’s water supply tested as soon as possible.
Once we have determined what’s behind the problem, the team at Tri-County Water Services can figure out the best way to handle it. We might recommend installing a water softener, a reverse osmosis system, or one or more types of filters. Tri-County Water Services has been serving customers across southeastern Pennsylvania for more than two decades. If you’re concerned about the quality of your home’s drinking water, don’t wait to act. Contaminated water can put your family at risk. Contact us today at (610) 857-1740 to learn more about water testing PA and to schedule an appointment to have your water tested.