Whole house water filtration – hanover, ma

Whole house water filtration systems for Hanover, MA

 WHOLE HOUSE WATER FILTRATION OPTIONS

Various types and sizes of whole house water filtration systems are available to address potential water quality issues experienced in Hanover, Massachusetts town water or well water. Not only is matching the right technology important, sizing the system to meet the water usage demands of your home is also key. Lastly, a professionally plumbed system is also critical as well as maintenance of the system throughout the years to optimize the useful life and proper functioning of your new equipment.

While symptoms of water quality issues such as bad odors & taste, staining of laundry, bathroom fixtures, etc. are indicators of problems, the preferred starting point is to get a water test to identify the minerals or contaminants in the water and at what quantity they exist.  This will lead to an effective system recommendation and route to providing your home with excellent water quality. While certain minerals & contaminants can be tested on-site (iron, hardness, pH, total dissolved solids), health threat items like Trihalomethanes, radon in water, arsenic in water, nitrates and others should be properly sampled and brought to a certified laboratory for testing that requires specialized equipment.

BAD ODORS & TASTES IN YOUR WATERfishy smell in water in Hanover, MArotten egg smell in water in Hanover, MAchlorine smell and taste in water in Hanover, MA

There are various types of bad odors and tastes that you may experience in your water.  Hydrogen Sulfide is not uncommon and is evidenced typically by a rotten egg smell in your water, however this may also be caused by high Manganese levels as well.  A water filtration specifically for this problem is effective in correcting this. For a more complete description of this and other potential bad odors and taste in your water, see the link at http://h2ocare.com/bad-odor-taste-water/.

You may notice odor and taste issues if your home is supplied by town water, typically associated with Chlorine.  Chlorine is used for disinfection purposes by the town to control microorganisms including bacteria and others that may be present in the water distribution system.

Trihalomethane formation (a byproduct of the chlorination process) in chlorinated water supplies is something to watch for.  This is typically a result of a chlorinated water supply coming in contact with organic material causing a chemical reaction creating this potentially dangerous by-product.  Activated carbon water filtration systems are effective at removing chlorine and the associated taste and odors that come with it as well as Trihalomethanes.  For more information on Trihalomethanes, see the link at Trihalomethane information.

WATER SOFTENER SYSTEMS

whole house water filtration system in Hanover, MA

WHOLE HOUSE WATER SOFTENER SYSTEM

A water softener is a type of whole house water filtration system that is designed for removing hard water minerals (magnesium & calcium) as well as dissolved iron and manganese from the water.  For water with high levels of iron or manganese (“the stainers”), an “up-flow” water softener is recommended to prevent mineral build-up in the bottom of the water softener.  Also, high efficiency water softeners that are more efficient with both water and salt usage are preferred.

WHOLE HOUSE WATER FILTRATION – ARSENIC & RADON

Other contaminants found in New England well water include Radon and Arsenic.  A water softener will not remove these health threat contaminants. Radon in water is safely removed with an aeration system that agitates the incoming well water, releasing the gas from the water in a sealed chamber. This gas is then safely vented to the outside ambient air.

Whole house water filtration for radon in water removal in Sharon

WHOLE HOUSE WATER FILTRATION FOR RADON

Arsenic in water can be removed at the point of entry into the home by installing tanks filled with arsenic specific resin that captures the arsenic before it can get into the home’s water supply.  Point of use systems for drinking water can use reverse osmosis technology to effectively remove arsenic as well. Speak to a water treatment professional to decide which system is right for you.

Whole house water filtration to remove arsenic in water in Sharon

WHOLE HOUSE WATER FILTRATION FOR ARSENIC

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H2O Care is an established Massachusetts based, full service water filtration and testing organization originally formed in 1989 with offices in Middleton & Hudson, MA with a service depot in Plymouth, MA.  See our written and published articles on common regional water problems in Water Technology Magazine by going to our website, www.h2ocare.com and going to the publications photo on the home page or the tab at the top of the home page.  Contact us by email at [email protected] or call us at 800-539-1100.

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WATER FILTRATION OPTIONS

Radon in well water – sutton, mass.

RADON IN WELL WATER REMOVAL

radon in well water Sutton, MA

              RADON IN WELL WATER REMEDIATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

Radon in well water often presents a surprise to homeowners when discovered. As radon in water is colorless, odorless, and tasteless, the need for a water test is all the more critical. Radon is a radioactive gas which comes from the natural decay of uranium found in nearly all soils. Radon in well water is not a problem until the gas escapes the water as it enters your home through faucets, showers, bathtubs, washing machines, etc. Radon mitigation is necessary to eliminate the health threat created in your Sutton home. To remove radon in well water, a system designed to agitate the radon gas out of the water then safely vent it to outside of the home is the preferred approach. Radon remediation systems are installed in the basement at the water’s point of entry into the home.

radon in water Sutton, MA

RADON IN WATER REMOVAL SYSTEM

RADON typically moves up through the ground to the air above and into your home through cracks and other holes in the foundation, even ones you cannot see.  It can also get into your home through well water when you turn on your shower and other water using points inside your home.  Your home may trap radon inside where concentrations levels can build up. Any home may have a radon in water or radon in air problem; new & old homes, well sealed and drafty homes, and homes without or with basements.  Radon in well water should be tested for in Sutton private wells (for more information about this topic, see the following link: Radon in Water Article.)

Contaminant Guideline Levels by State (in pCi/L as of 7/7/2016)

Massachusetts = 10,000 pico curries/liter

New Hampshire = 2,000      ”                 “

Maine = 4,000                        ”                 “

Rhode Island = 4,000           ”                

Any home may have a radon problem from such sources as:

1. Cracks in walls

2. Cracks in solid floors

3. Construction joints

4. Gaps in suspended floors

5. Gaps in service pipes

6. Spaces inside walls

7. In your water supply as gas is released into the air in the home.

Water test in Sutton, MA

RADON STUDIES, RISKS & OTHER CONCERNS

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health Radiation Control Program performed a 1988 study in conjunction with the EPA. The data gathered from that study estimates that 1 out of 4 homes may have levels above the 4.0 Pico curries/L in air action level.  However, the only way to know if your home has a problem is to perform a test.

Radon is a Class A carcinogen and the second leading cause of lung cancer. The increased risk of developing lung cancer from radon is directly related to the concentration of radon and the length of time that a person is exposed to it. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that there are between 5,000 and 30,000 radon-related lung cancer deaths each year. Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer in non-smokers.

Cigarette smokers have eight times the risk from radon as non-smokers.  Therefore, cigarette smokers in particular,  should keep their exposure to radon as low as possible.  If the home was tested in an infrequently used basement, it may have measured a radon level that is higher than the actual level you are exposed to, spending most of your time upstairs. People with young children should be more concerned with the possible consequences of radon exposure 20 years from now than someone in their late sixties or seventies. Families with a hereditary predisposition of cancer should be more concerned about radon exposure than families who don’t have any history of cancer.

Although no level of radon in water or air is considered absolutely safe, the USEPA action level for radon is 4.0 picocuries per liter of AIR (pCi/L). (pCi/l= picocuries per liter, the most common method of reporting radon levels. A pico Curie is 0.000,000,000,001 (one-trillionth) of a Curie, an international measurement unit of radioactivity. One pCi/l means that in one liter of air there will be 2.2 radioactive disintegrations each minute. For example, at 4 pCi/l there will be approximately 12,672 radioactive disintegrations in one liter of air, during a 24-hour period.)

The risk of developing lung cancer at 4.0 pCi/L in AIR is estimated at about 7 lung cancer deaths per 1000 persons, which is why the USEPA and IEMA recommend reducing your radon level if the concentration is 4.0 pCi/L or more.

Radon in water testing in Sutton, MA

SOME COMMON MYTHS ABOUT RADON

MYTH: Scientists are not sure that radon really is a problem.

FACT: Although some scientists dispute the precise number of deaths due to radon, all the major health organizations (like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Lung Association and the American Medical Association) agree with estimates that radon causes thousands of preventable lung cancer deaths every year. This is especially true among smokers, since the risk to smokers is much greater than to non-smokers.

MYTH: Homes with radon in water and/or in air can’t be fixed, or cannot be fixed economically.

FACT: There are solutions to radon problems in homes. Thousands of homeowners have already fixed radon problems in their homes.  Costs to remove radon can range from several hundred to several thousand dollars depending on the source, plumbing and venting considerations.

MYTH: Radon is only a problem in certain parts of the country.

FACT: High radon levels have been found in every state.

MYTH: A neighbor’s test result is a good indication of whether your home has a problem.

FACT: Radon levels vary greatly from home to home. The only way to know if your home has a radon problem is to test it.

MYTH: It is difficult to sell homes where radon problems have been discovered.

FACT: Many types of problems can hinder a home sale, but when the problems are fixed before the home is listed, the sales are not slowed down. It is the same for radon. All homes should be tested for radon, and those with problems fixed before being listed for sale.  Radon should be tested not only inside the home, but if there is a private well, testing for radon in water is imperative.  Radon in water is not uncommon in private wells in Massachusetts, New Hampshire or Maine.

MYTH: I’ve lived in my home for so long, it doesn’t make sense to take action now.

FACT: You will reduce your risk of lung cancer when you reduce radon levels, even if you’ve lived with a radon problem for a long time.

MYTH: Short-term tests cannot be used for making a decision about whether to fix your home.

FACT: Short term tests can be used to decide whether to fix your home, and for higher radon levels (8 pCi/l or higher) that is all that should be used. Keep in mind that, even though the action level is 4, this is not a “safe” level and that radon levels below 4 pCi/l still pose some risk. Radon levels in most homes can be reduced to 2 pCi/l or less.

Testing for radon in water can be a little tricky.  There can be absolutely no air bubbles in the water sample container and the sample should be tested within 24 hours of the time the sample was pulled.  A water treatment professional can assist you in this process and also help you analyze the lab test results.

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H2O Care is an established full service water filtration and testing organization, originally formed in 1989.  See our written and published articles about common regional water contaminants in Water Technology Magazine by going to our website, http://h2ocare.wpengine.com and going to the publications tab at the top of the home page.  Offices are at 439 Main Street, Hudson, MA  and 259 South Main St., Middleton, MA .  You can reach us by email at [email protected] or call us at 800-539-1100.

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Radon in well water – portsmouth, nh

RADON IN WELL WATER REMOVAL

Radon In well water Portsmouth, nh

As radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless element, the need for a water test is all the more critical. Radon is a radioactive gas which comes from the natural decay of uranium found in nearly all soils. Radon in well water is not a problem until the gas releases from the water as it enters your home through faucets, showers, bathtubs and washing machines, etc. Radon in well water is a health threat that must be taken care of in your Portsmouth home. Some very high levels have been detected in many private wells in town. To remove radon in water, a properly designed system that agitates the radon gas out of the water then vents it safely to outside of the home is an effective approach to correcting this problem.

radon in water

RADON IN WATER REMOVAL SYSTEM

RADON typically moves up through the ground to the air above and into your home through cracks and other holes in the foundation, even ones you cannot see. It can also get into your home through well water when you turn on your shower and other water using points inside your home. Your home may trap radon inside where concentrations levels can build up. Any home may have a radon in water or radon in air problem; new & old homes, well sealed and drafty homes, and homes without or with basements.  For more information about radon in water see the following link: Radon Info Link.

Contaminant Guideline Levels by State (in pCi/L as of 7/7/2016)

New Hampshire = 2,000

Maine = 4,000                        ”                 ”

Rhode Island = 4,000           ”                 ”

Massachusetts = 10,000 pico curries/liter

Any home may have a radon problem from such sources as:

1. Cracks in walls

2. Cracks in solid floors

3. Construction joints

4. Gaps in suspended floors

5. Gaps in service pipes

6. Spaces inside walls

7. In your water supply as gas is released into the air in the home.

Radon in well water in Atkinson, nh

RADON STUDIES, RISKS & OTHER CONCERNS

Radon is a Class A carcinogen and the second leading cause of lung cancer. The increased risk of developing lung cancer from radon is directly related to the concentration of radon and the length of time that a person is exposed to it. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that there are between 5,000 and 30,000 radon-related lung cancer deaths each year. Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer in non-smokers.

Cigarette smokers have eight times the risk from radon as non-smokers.  Therefore, cigarette smokers in particular,  should keep their exposure to radon as low as possible.  If the home was tested in an infrequently used basement, it may have measured a radon level that is higher than the actual level you are exposed to, spending most of your time upstairs. People with young children should be more concerned with the possible consequences of radon exposure 20 years from now than someone in their late sixties or seventies. Families with a hereditary predisposition of cancer should be more concerned about radon exposure than families who don’t have any history of cancer.

Although no level of radon in water or air is considered absolutely safe, the USEPA action level for radon is 4.0 picocuries per liter of AIR (pCi/L). (pCi/l= picocuries per liter, the most common method of reporting radon levels. A pico Curie is 0.000,000,000,001 (one-trillionth) of a Curie, an international measurement unit of radioactivity. One pCi/l means that in one liter of air there will be 2.2 radioactive disintegrations each minute. For example, at 4 pCi/l there will be approximately 12,672 radioactive disintegrations in one liter of air, during a 24-hour period.)

The risk of developing lung cancer at 4.0 pCi/L in AIR is estimated at about 7 lung cancer deaths per 1000 persons, which is why the USEPA and IEMA recommend reducing your radon level if the concentration is 4.0 pCi/L or more.

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SOME COMMON MYTHS ABOUT RADON IN WELL WATER:

MYTH: Scientists are not sure that radon really is a problem.

FACT: Although some scientists dispute the precise number of deaths due to radon, all the major health organizations (like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Lung Association and the American Medical Association) agree with estimates that radon causes thousands of preventable lung cancer deaths every year. This is especially true among smokers, since the risk to smokers is much greater than to non-smokers.

MYTH: Homes with radon in water and/or in air can’t be fixed, or cannot be fixed economically.

FACT: There are solutions to radon problems in homes. Thousands of homeowners have already fixed radon problems in their homes.  Costs to remove radon can range from several hundred to several thousand dollars depending on the source, plumbing and venting considerations.

MYTH: Radon is only a problem in certain parts of the country.

FACT: High radon levels have been found in every state.

MYTH: A neighbor’s test result is a good indication of whether your home has a problem.

FACT: Radon levels vary greatly from home to home. The only way to know if your home has a radon problem is to test it.

MYTH: It is difficult to sell homes where radon problems have been discovered.

FACT: Many types of problems can hinder a home sale, but when the problems are fixed before the home is listed, the sales are not slowed down. It is the same for radon. All homes should be tested for radon, and those with problems fixed before being listed for sale.  Radon should be tested not only inside the home, but if there is a private well, testing for radon in water is imperative.  Radon in water is not uncommon in private wells in Maine, New Hampshire or Massachusetts.

MYTH: I’ve lived in my home for so long, it doesn’t make sense to take action now.

FACT: You will reduce your risk of lung cancer when you reduce radon levels, even if you’ve lived with a radon problem for a long time.

MYTH: Short-term tests cannot be used for making a decision about whether to fix your home.

FACT: Short term tests can be used to decide whether to fix your home, and for higher radon levels (8 pCi/l or higher) that is all that should be used. Keep in mind that, even though the action level is 4, this is not a “safe” level and that radon levels below 4 pCi/l still pose some risk. Radon levels in most homes can be reduced to 2 pCi/l or less.

TESTING FOR RADON IN WELL WATER CAN BE A LITTLE TRICKY

There can be absolutely no air bubbles in the water sample container and the sample should be tested within 24 hours of the time the sample was pulled.  A water treatment professional can assist you in this process and also help you analyze the lab test results.

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H2O Care, Inc. is an established regional firm formed in 1989 for the testing, analyzing and correcting of water quality issues.  The company has been published multiple times in Water Technology Magazine and other periodicals for water contaminants common to the New England region – see the link at http://h2ocare.com/publications/. We can be reached by email at [email protected] or by phone at 800-539-1100.  Our website is at http://h2ocare.wpengine.com.
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Radon in well water – north grafton, mass

RADON IN WELL WATER REMOVAL

radon in well water Grafton, MA

              RADON IN WELL WATER REMEDIATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

Radon in well water often presents a surprise to homeowners when discovered. As radon in water is colorless, odorless, and tasteless, the need for a water test is all the more critical. Radon is a radioactive gas which comes from the natural decay of uranium found in nearly all soils. Radon in well water becomes a problem when the gas escapes the water as it enters your home through faucets, showers, bathtubs, washing machines, etc. Radon mitigation is necessary to eliminate the health threat created in your North Grafton home. To remove radon in well water, a system designed to agitate the radon gas out of the water then safely vent it to outside of the home is the preferred approach. Radon remediation systems are installed in the basement at the water’s point of entry into the home.

radon in water North Grafton

RADON IN WATER REMOVAL SYSTEM

RADON typically moves up through the ground to the air above and into your home through cracks and other holes in the foundation, even ones you cannot see.  It can also get into your home through well water when you turn on your shower and other water using points inside your home.  Your home may trap radon inside where concentrations levels can build up. Any home may have a radon in water or radon in air problem; new & old homes, well sealed and drafty homes, and homes without or with basements.  Radon in well water should be tested for in North Grafton private wells (for more information about this topic, see the following link: Radon in Water Article.)

Contaminant Guideline Levels by State (in pCi/L as of 7/7/2016)

Massachusetts = 10,000 pico curries/liter

New Hampshire = 2,000      ”                 “

Maine = 4,000                        ”                 “

Rhode Island = 4,000           ”                 “

Any home may have a radon problem from such sources as:

1. Cracks in walls

2. Cracks in solid floors

3. Construction joints

4. Gaps in suspended floors

5. Gaps in service pipes

6. Spaces inside walls

7. In your water supply as gas is released into the air in the home.

Water test in North Grafton, MA

RADON STUDIES, RISKS & OTHER CONCERNS

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health Radiation Control Program performed a 1988 study in conjunction with the EPA. The data gathered from that study estimates that 1 out of 4 homes may have levels above the 4.0 Pico curries/L in air action level.  However, the only way to know if your home has a problem is to perform a test.

Radon is a Class A carcinogen and the second leading cause of lung cancer. The increased risk of developing lung cancer from radon is directly related to the concentration of radon and the length of time that a person is exposed to it. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that there are between 5,000 and 30,000 radon-related lung cancer deaths each year. Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer in non-smokers.

Cigarette smokers have eight times the risk from radon as non-smokers.  Therefore, cigarette smokers in particular,  should keep their exposure to radon as low as possible.  If the home was tested in an infrequently used basement, it may have measured a radon level that is higher than the actual level you are exposed to, spending most of your time upstairs. People with young children should be more concerned with the possible consequences of radon exposure 20 years from now than someone in their late sixties or seventies. Families with a hereditary predisposition of cancer should be more concerned about radon exposure than families who don’t have any history of cancer.

Although no level of radon in water or air is considered absolutely safe, the USEPA action level for radon is 4.0 picocuries per liter of AIR (pCi/L). (pCi/l= picocuries per liter, the most common method of reporting radon levels. A pico Curie is 0.000,000,000,001 (one-trillionth) of a Curie, an international measurement unit of radioactivity. One pCi/l means that in one liter of air there will be 2.2 radioactive disintegrations each minute. For example, at 4 pCi/l there will be approximately 12,672 radioactive disintegrations in one liter of air, during a 24-hour period.)

The risk of developing lung cancer at 4.0 pCi/L in AIR is estimated at about 7 lung cancer deaths per 1000 persons, which is why the USEPA and IEMA recommend reducing your radon level if the concentration is 4.0 pCi/L or more.

Radon in water testing in North Grafton, MA

SOME COMMON MYTHS ABOUT RADON

MYTH: Scientists are not sure that radon really is a problem.

FACT: Although some scientists dispute the precise number of deaths due to radon, all the major health organizations (like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Lung Association and the American Medical Association) agree with estimates that radon causes thousands of preventable lung cancer deaths every year. This is especially true among smokers, since the risk to smokers is much greater than to non-smokers.

MYTH: Homes with radon in water and/or in air can’t be fixed, or cannot be fixed economically.

FACT: There are solutions to radon problems in homes. Thousands of homeowners have already fixed radon problems in their homes.  Costs to remove radon can range from several hundred to several thousand dollars depending on the source, plumbing and venting considerations.

MYTH: Radon is only a problem in certain parts of the country.

FACT: High radon levels have been found in every state.

MYTH: A neighbor’s test result is a good indication of whether your home has a problem.

FACT: Radon levels vary greatly from home to home. The only way to know if your home has a radon problem is to test it.

MYTH: It is difficult to sell homes where radon problems have been discovered.

FACT: Many types of problems can hinder a home sale, but when the problems are fixed before the home is listed, the sales are not slowed down. It is the same for radon. All homes should be tested for radon, and those with problems fixed before being listed for sale.  Radon should be tested not only inside the home, but if there is a private well, testing for radon in water is imperative.  Radon in water is not uncommon in private wells in Massachusetts, New Hampshire or Maine.

MYTH: I’ve lived in my home for so long, it doesn’t make sense to take action now.

FACT: You will reduce your risk of lung cancer when you reduce radon levels, even if you’ve lived with a radon problem for a long time.

MYTH: Short-term tests cannot be used for making a decision about whether to fix your home.

FACT: Short term tests can be used to decide whether to fix your home, and for higher radon levels (8 pCi/l or higher) that is all that should be used. Keep in mind that, even though the action level is 4, this is not a “safe” level and that radon levels below 4 pCi/l still pose some risk. Radon levels in most homes can be reduced to 2 pCi/l or less.

Testing for radon in water can be a little tricky.  There can be absolutely no air bubbles in the water sample container and the sample should be tested within 24 hours of the time the sample was pulled.  A water treatment professional can assist you in this process and also help you analyze the lab test results.

radon in well water in North Grafton, MAradon in water North Grafton, MA
H2O Care is an established, full service water filtration and testing organization, originally formed in 1989.  See our written and published articles about common regional water contaminants in Water Technology Magazine by going to our website, http://h2ocare.wpengine.com and going to the publications tab at the top of the home page.  Offices are at 439 Main Street, Hudson, MA and 259 South Main St., Middleton.  You can reach us by email at [email protected] or call us at 800-539-1100.

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Water test – seabrook, new hampshire

Water softener repair, service, install in Seabrook, NH

     WATER TEST IN SEABROOK, NH

Water testing for certain items can be performed on-site with industry standard test kits and get reliable readings right at your home. Based on the results, a determination can be made whether or not a water filtration or water softening system is necessary to remove the unwanted minerals or contaminants. If so, options can be reviewed for selecting the preferred approach. The on-site testing can be performed for the following:

Hardness > pH > Iron > Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) > Alkalinity > Chlorine

For a more complete water test and analysis, we recommend pulling proper water samples for testing at a certified laboratory.  In all cases, it is paramount that water testing be performed in order to determine whether or not a water filtration system or water softening system is necessary.

Water test in Seabrook, NH

  WATER TESTING

WATER TESTS THAT REQUIRE A CERTIFIED LABORATORY

For health related contaminants such as Arsenic, Radon, Lead, Bacteria, Nitrates or for more comprehensive testing, we can assist you by properly pulling water samples of the right amounts, including complying with required maximum holding periods, temperature, and other protocol.   From there, we can bring the samples to a certified lab for testing, which requires specialized analytical equipment and procedures.

We have Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 testing levels (see link just below) or we can customize testing to your needs depending on your specific situation and reason for having your water tested. We can assist you in determining which water test to have done.  The contaminants tested for under each of the three Groups are identified in detail at the following link Water-Testing-Sheet.  Water testing from a private well will require more extensive testing than water coming from a municipal supply which has already undergone a certain level of testing. If you are selling your home with a private well, your town’s Board of Health, the buyer’s home inspector or bank may dictate what must be tested for. We will assist you in determining which Group testing is right for you. Once the lab results become available, we can analyze the report, review it with you and determine if any action is required. If a water filtration system or water softener system is required, we can review your options and determine the most effective approach for you.

For more information on when and how often you should perform water testing and related information, see the link at Water Testing link.

TAKING YOUR OWN WATER SAMPLES AND BRINGING THEM TO A LAB FOR TESTING

If you would prefer to take water samples and bring them to the lab yourself, we can direct you to the nearest one for instructions, etc. Once you get the results, we can analyze and review them with you and present water filtration or water softening alternatives if required.

Water test in Seabrook, NHWATER testing Seabrook, NH

H2O Care is an established, regional full service water filtration and testing organization, originally formed in 1989.  See our written and published articles in Water Technology Magazine by going to our website, http://h2ocare.wpengine.com and going to the publications tab at the top of the home page.  H2O Care has been installing and servicing water softeners and other water filtration equipment since 1989.  Contact us by email at [email protected] or call us at 800-539-1100.
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