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One of the most important parts of your home comfort is your health and safety. So if your drinking water isn’t at the quality it should be, you have a problem. Your potable water needs to be clean, safe, and reliable—otherwise your household is exposed to potential health issues and even plumbing problems.
If you don’t know how the water quality is in your home, contact Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort, Inc. for Sacramento water testing services. Yes, your water goes through heavy filtration at the source: the water plant. But there are miles of pipes to go through before getting to your home’s faucets and plumbing appliances, and the water can pick up a lot on the way.
Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort, Inc. has been providing comprehensive home services in the Sacramento area for over three decades, and you can trust us to provide you with professional water testing that won’t leave you guessing if you can drink your home’s water or not.
Contact “The Guys in the Big Red Trucks” to schedule your water testing appointment!
Well Water Testing
Sacramento homeowners with their own water well have a lot of benefits. However, having your own well does require a certain amount of vigilance. After all, you want to ensure that the water you drink, cook with, and bathe with is a certain standard of quality. Since you don’t have a municipal filtration process to rely on, you have to be proactive.
Fortunately, well water testing is a part of our comprehensive water testing services. We use testing strips to look for the various contaminants that might be in your water, some common and some not as well-known. From there, we can alert you to the problems that are present, and provide you with a number of possible solutions.
Water Quality Testing
Do you know how to determine if you need water quality testing? As a general rule, if this is the first time you’re hearing about water testing, it’s a good idea to invest in it now. Having your water professionally tested on occasion, especially if you have your own water well, is a great way to make sure your family stays healthy and your plumbing system stays in good shape. What are some other signs you may need water testing?
There’s been a change in the taste, smell, or feel of your water.
You’ve noticed signs of hard water, such as faded laundry, soap scum buildup around drains, or spots on your glassware after washing it.
Recognizing that you may have an issue with your water supply quality is a great first step in eliminating the problem. However, it’s important to have your water professionally tested to make sure. You know the phrase, "better safe than sorry"?
It definitely applies here! Waiting for a problem to go away on its own could lead to illness and other problems with your plumbing, where professional water testing can help you determine if you need a water softener, reverse osmosis system, or some other water purification system.