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Water Testing Services in Plano, TX
How much do you know about the quality of your water? If you’re like most homeowners in the area, it’s probably not very much. Most people sort of just assume that their water is of a high enough quality to drink. Otherwise, they mount water filters at the ends of their sinks or they fill up pitchers to put in the sink so that they don’t have to worry about whether or not the water is okay to drink. But what about the water in other parts of your home? Is a filter really enough to keep you healthy if your water is contaminated?
No matter what your water looks like or tastes like, there is a chance that there is some level of contamination in your water. There could be chemicals that you really don’t want in there, or there could be microorganisms like E. coli or other bacteria. You might have a number of minerals in the water that could eventually damage your plumbing. Call Hutchins Plumbing & Air Conditioning to schedule water testing and find out what’s in your water. Then, get the system that’s the right fit for your home. Get it done right... right now!
Why Schedule Water Quality Testing
A very good reason to schedule drinking water testing is when a glass of water is not as clear or crisp as you expect it to be. If you fill up a glass of water and notice that it’s cloudy or discolored, you should call a plumber who offers water testing right away. The same is true if it seems that the water does not smell or taste quite right.
However, regardless of the quality of the water that you can see, smell, and taste, water testing is a good idea, especially if you’ve never had it done in your home before. The more you know about the quality of your water, the better you’ll feel drinking it, bathing in it, and preparing food with it. There are a number of contaminants that could be hiding in your water supply, and you might not even notice. These include:
- High chlorine or fluoride content
- Fecal matter
- High mineral content
Call Us for Water Testing Today!
Water quality testing can help any homeowner to learn more about their water supply and ensure that they are doing their best to keep family members and guests safe and healthy. And well water testing is just as important as testing water that comes from the municipal supply. Even if you think you’re doing the right thing in terms of treating your well water supply, it’s a smart decision to have it tested from time to time.
Let us check up on your water supply and help you to decide if you need to make any major changes to your plumbing system in Plano, TX. We have the proper equipment for the job, and we’ll give you an honest assessment of your water supply. Call Hutchins Plumbing & Air Conditioning today, proudly serving Grayson and Collin Counties since 1975.