What's In Your Water?
The contents of your water can vary depending on the source. Water contains minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium, as well as trace amounts of other contaminants and substances like chlorine, fluoride, and lead. PFOS, PFAs + other harmful "forever chemicals".
Invisible Water Problems
The water hardness in Arizona will vary depending on the specific location and water source. Generally, Arizona water is considered to be hard, meaning it has a high mineral content, particularly calcium and magnesium ions.
Chlorine, Fluroide, Lead
Chlorine is commonly used in Arizona as a disinfectant to treat drinking water and prevent the spread of waterborne illnesses. Chlorine is added to water at treatment plans to kill harmful bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that may be present in the water.
According to date from Arizona Department of Environment Quality, the average chlorine concentration in Arizona is around 1mg/L. Depending on the city, that number will vary.
Chlorine causes skin irritation or stomach discomfort. Some people may be sensitive to its taste and odor.
aka PFAS, PFOS
Forever chemicals, also known as PFAS (per -and polyfluoroalkyl substances), are a group of man-made chemicals that are persistent in the environment and do not break down over time.
These chemicals have been linked to a range of health problems, including cancer, thyroid disease, and developmental issues.
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Don't let hard water, iron, pH levels, or other unseen contaminants harm your home or business. Our reliable water testing services can detect even the most subtle issues, such as funny odors or white calcium build-up on plumbing fixtures. These may be indicators of serious contamination issues that require immediate attention.
Don't wait any longer. Contact us today to schedule your complimentary consultation and gain a better understanding of what's in your water and the available options for treating it. Our team is ready to help you achieve crystal clear, clean water.