If you’ve lived in a number of different places over the course of your life, you know that water quality varies, often widely, from one place to the next. How happy are you with the taste of the water coming out of your tap? Does it…
- Have a bitter taste?
- Have a foul odor?
- Have a rusty color when you first turn on the tap?
What about mineral buildup on your faucets and/or showerheads? When you watch your clothes, do they sometimes get stained or discolored? Does your water stain your teeth?
These are just some of the common problems you can have with the quality of your water and they underscore the importance of taking advantage of our public water system testing service in Leesburg, VA.
Most people don’t think much about their water until or unless there’s an obvious problem that simply makes it undrinkable. That’s especially true of people who get their water from a municipal water supply. After all, the city is supposed to ensure that your drinking water is good, right?
The answer to that is likely to disappoint you. The short answer is that yes, municipalities have an obligation to provide you with water that’s safe to drink. Note, however, that the city’s mandate is to provide safe drinking water. It says nothing about good quality drinking water.
Also, note that there are a lot of cases where cities fail to provide their citizens with safe water. Flint, Michigan being a recent case in point! All that to say, if you’re not taking advantage of our public water system testing service in Leesburg, VA on a regular basis, you may be exposing yourself and your family to more danger than you realize.
We’re one of the largest and most respected independent labs in the area and we offer a wide range of water tests that cover both pollutants that are harmful to human health and that negatively impact your water quality.
The bottom line is that whether you’re just looking for peace of mind and the assurance that your water is, in fact safe, or you’re not happy with the way your water tastes and want to find out what the problem is so you can take corrective action, we’ve got you covered.
Our recommendation is that you have your water tested now to establish a baseline and then again every twelve months. A lot can happen over the course of a year and our public water system testing in Leesburg, VA, conducted over time, is the best way to ensure consistent water quality over time.
When you’re ready to stop guessing where your water quality is concerned, give us a call. You’ll be very glad you did.