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Well Water

Pure, clean water is H2O, and anything else in water is essentially a contaminant. Yet there are so many things that can make their way into water and affect its quality. We’ve seen homes with a variety of water issues like sulfur, hardness and iron. But some homeowners have battled with water that contains bacteria, viruses, volatile organic compounds, total dissolved solids and a number of other contaminants.
Do you know what the quality of your well water is like? If you have a private well, you, as the homeowner, are responsible for the quality of the water in your home. It’s suggested that homeowners have their well tested every year, yet many people only test the water’s quality when they build or purchase their home. Even if your well water tests fine, your water must travel through the pipes in your home before it reaches your tap. Those with older homes or those who have water pipes that have not been replaced in years may want to have their water tested for lead. 
ll test your water, see if it contains anything of concern, and then recommend any needed solutions.  A water analysis is a great way to get started. Contact us  at (812) 314-9529 to schedule yours today.

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