Drinking Water Testing
When I think of water testing, the first thing comes to mind is Flint, Michigan. Just in case your not familiar with Flint here is a synopsis. So, “The Flint water crisis began in 2014 when the drinking water source for the city of Flint, Michigan was changed from Lake Huron and the Detroit River to the cheaper Flint River. Due to insufficient water treatment, over 100,000 residents were exposed to high levels of lead in the drinking water. After a pair of scientific studies proved lead contamination was present in the water supply, a federal state of emergency was declared in January 2016 and Flint residents were instructed to use only bottled or filtered water for drinking, cooking, cleaning, and bathing. As of early 2017, the water quality had returned to acceptable levels; however, residents were instructed to continue to use bottled or filtered water until all the lead pipes have been replaced, which is expected to be completed no sooner than 2020” Says Wikipedia. Click here to read the whole story. Now if reading that short quote does not show you the importance of having your water tested, whether your on city or well, then stop here!
Good! your still here, great decision. Testing the quality of your water is very important, as you can see from the above statement this incident started in 2014 and they never said anything for 2 years before the state took action. This is why it is so important to keep tabs of your own water and protect yourself and your family. We are committed to help you do just that.
Yeah, I know what your thinking, he went out and found the first article way out in Flint, Right? Fair enough! Then lets look at problems right here in Central Florida much closer to home where the headlines read. “WFTV9 Investigates: Health concerns at Apopka wastewater treatment plant” or how about situations like this “APOPKA ISSUES BOIL WATER ADVISORY” Ok so I think you get the point. Bad water can show up any where. Well water is no different in fact, can be worst because Well water can become contaminated at any time without your knowledge. Only through testing can you be assured of a continued supply of clean, safe water. Many state and federal authorities recommend private wells be tested at least once a year to ensure the continued safety of the water.
What we do?
A Certified Soft Water professional will help you analyze your water and design the most effective and cost efficient water treatment program for the specific needs of you and your family. A Soft Water Tech representative will contact you to arrange a time to collect a water sample and conduct your free water quality test. To get your free water test Click here!
Please Note: The free test does not provide results in writing. If you require a test in writing please click here Site Survey
Some of the benefits for getting your water test:
- Know whats in your water
- Protects the health of people, livestock, fish and crops
- Identifies polluted or contaminated water supplies;
- Indicates the suitability of water for various uses.
- Friendly, professionals
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