Are you having problems with your water quality? Do you notice a water smell? Is your water discolored or brown when it comes out of the faucet? These issues and more can be indications that you have poor water quality and are in need of water treatments today.
Take a look at our water quality breakdown below and select the issue you are having with your water! You’ll be taken to a treatment page to help you learn all about the issue and how National Water Service can help you resolve it.
Some water issues are easily visible — like dirty, discolored water, or water that takes a while to clear up when you turn the faucet on. Almost everyone has had experience with smelly water or rotten egg odors emitting from their water at one point or another, too.
Those aren’t the only tale-tell signs you have poor water quality, however. Water that is clear and odorless can be just as contaminated as dirty water, just with different issues that still pose risks to you and your family.
You may have dirty or contaminated water if you notice any of the following:
Yes, your poor water quality can affect your laundry, cleanliness, cooking, and how you feel after you bathe. Water quality isn’t just about looks or odors, it’s about overall health and wellness in your home. If you ever notice anything “off” about your water, you should get a water test from National Water Service to confirm the status of your water quality.
Because contaminated water doesn’t show up only with odors, tastes, or discoloration, you may be wondering how you know if you have quality water in your home. We recommend always erring on the side of safety and getting a home water test annually to ensure your water is safe for you and your family.
There are other ways for you to inspect your water:
If you’re worried about your water quality, you may be debating buying bottled for your home vs. using the tap water. The truth is, you don’t know if your tap water is safe without first receiving a water test.
What most families don’t realize is that a water treatment system for their home can save them a ton of money on bottled water. In fact, the cost of bottled water for a family of four for one year is the same cost as a reverse osmosis system — which will treat all of your water and last for years.
National Water Service suggests checking your water for any signs of contaminations or ordering a water test. We’ll help you figure out what your water needs to be family safe.