Contact a Professional to Test Your Drinking Water for Contaminants

Test Drinking WaterIf you drink tap water and decide to contact a professional to test the drinking water in your home, you may be surprised to learn what’s lurking in your glass. Tap water can contain several contaminants and additives that usually create a distinct, and oftentimes unpleasant, taste or odor. And while the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) imposes strict regulations to ensure public drinking water is safe to consume, they do deem certain levels of contaminants permissible. In short, the drinking water in your home doesn’t likely pose a threat to your health, but its taste may be less than satisfying.

While some contaminants only make their presence known by lending a strange flavor or scent to water, others may cause water to appear cloudy. You may even be able to see tiny particles floating in your drink. The culprits responsible for abnormal drinking water taste and/or appearance may include nitrates, sediments, and other contaminants found in pipes.

After conducting a drinking water test, a professional will easily be able to pinpoint any unwelcomed substances affecting your water supply. From there, you can select a drinking water system to meet your family’s needs and start enjoying delicious, refreshing water straight from your tap.

If you’d like to test your drinking water, contact your local authorized RainSoft dealer and schedule an appointment for a complimentary in-home drinking water and water hardness test. Should we find contaminants in your home’s water supply, we’ll recommend one of our multiple drinking water systems to supply better-than-bottled water straight from your tap. This means no more purchasing heavy packs of water bottles or paying for costly pitcher filter replacements. If you’d like to improve water throughout your entire home, RainSoft also offers whole house water filtration systems. Whatever system you choose, you’ll receive quality equipment that’s assembled in the USA, is Tested and Certified by the Water Quality Association, and comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.