As you may already know; water testing is essential to the health and comfort of your home. But many are unsure exactly what happens after the water test. At Haferman Water Conditioning we provide water testing for Excelsior and the surrounding areas and are here to walk you through the whole process; from beginning to end. And, once you decide that water testing is right for you, give us a call at Haferman and one of our water testing experts will be out to your home right away.
If you are concerned about contaminants that may be present in your water, as many people are, you can have some peace of mind by having your water tested. Leaving your water unchecked could lead to problems like gastrointestinal issues, hard or foul tasting water and a variety of other problems. Did you know that hard water is present in 85% of homes in the US? Water testing can detect hard water as well.
First, when you decide that water testing is something you would like for your home, give us a call at Haferman Water Conditioning. We will speak with you to determine what you’re looking for and set up an appointment for a water test.
Water testing will test hardness, iron, pH, and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS). It takes just a few minutes with an EPA approved testing kit. The water treatment representative will bring along a small water softener that will make soft water for a visual comparison of the benefits of soft water. And will then make recommendations based upon the results of the different tests. Other tests are available as well, so it is up to you if you wish to pursue them.
Once the water testing is complete, you will have the option of having a water treatment system installed in your home or a water softener. Your water treatment professional will have several models of treatment in stock, and can generally have a system installed within a few days.
It is completely up to you whether a water treatment system is installed. It is important to remember that our health, especially as it relates to what we put into our bodies, calls for special attention to the water that we drink. Municipal or well-based drinking water should be tested so that you get only the very best for you and your family.
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