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Improved Water Quality Starts Here!

If experiencing any of the issues below, H2O Care can help you take control of the water quality in your home, business or restaurant! We do not drill wells and are not a virtual company selling over the internet. We are water quality experts that will solve your water problems, guide you throughout the process and be there for you when you need us. We have been published on water quality issues in New England by various water technology magazines (see our Publications section). Click below on any specific issue you are having or simply call (800) 539-1100 or email us at contact-us/.

WHDH Channel 7 Feature: Building Massachusetts

WHDH, Channel 7 “Building Boston” program video of Mark St. Hilaire, President of H2O Care, discussing water quality issues in New England and how we handle them.

Providing Water Quality Improvement & Protection Since 1989

Through decades of service, H2O Care has earned the trust of over 10,000 satisfied customers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Southern Maine and parts of Rhode Island. Whether you need a water softener, reverse osmosis or any other type of water filtration system, we can help. When you engage us, you are not just buying a product from us, you are getting our dedication as a company to solve your water problems and to continue to be there for you for future maintenance or any other potential issues that may arise. Our publications section has various water quality articles about contaminants common to this region, such as Iron, Manganese, Arsenic, Radon, Fluoride and Chloramines.

We have deep experience (no pun intended) solving water quality problems and designing effective water filtration and water softener systems. We absolutely guarantee all of our work; the job isn’t completed unless you’re satisfied. Whether your water comes from a private well or is municipally supplied, we can recommend a water softener or another water filtration system to make it safer and better.

Providing Water Quality Improvement & Protection Since 1989

Through decades of service, H2O Care has earned the trust of over 10,000 satisfied customers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Southern Maine and parts of Rhode Island. Whether you need a water softener, reverse osmosis or any other type of water filtration system, we can help. When you engage us, you are not just buying a product from us, you are getting our dedication as a company to solve your water problems and to continue to be there for you for future maintenance or any other potential issues that may arise.

We have deep experience (no pun intended) solving water quality problems and designing effective water filtration and water softener systems. We guarantee all of our work; the job isn’t completed unless you’re satisfied. Whether your water comes from a private well or is municipally supplied, we can recommend a water softener or another water filtration system to make it safer and better.

New England Water Problems

Many New England towns have fairly similar water quality issues. Some problems arise from natural minerals in the ground, others are man-made. Common are low pH, dissolved iron, manganese, calcium & magnesium (the hardness minerals), bad odors & tastes. Even the health threats arsenic and radon are not uncommon.

We start by getting a reliable water sample and test, analyzing it and understanding how it can be resolved. Water usage estimates and other factors also weigh on a final recommendation. Find and click on your town to learn about getting the optimal solution:

Some towns and cities with general problems of hard water, iron,manganese: AndoverBerlinBoltonBoxboroughBoxford,   BoylstonCarlisleCarverConcordDoverEssexFranklin,   GeorgetownGloucesterGrotonHamiltonHarvardHopkinton,   HudsonIpswichLittletonMiddletonNewburyNewburyport,   PlymouthRehobothSherbornShrewsburyStoughtonStow,   SudburyTopsfieldUptonWellesleyWest Newbury and Westford. 

If your town is not listed, click here.

Areas with Radon issues in New England: BerlinBoltonBoxboroughBoxfordCarlisleEssex,   FranklinGrotonHamiltonHarvardHopkintonMiddleton,   NewburySherbornStowUptonWestford.  Don’t see your town?  Click here.

Arsenic Concentration Areas: BerlinBoltonBoxfordBoylstonCarlisleDunstableGroton HarvardHopkinton            NewburyTyngsboroughUptonWestford.

 If your town or city isn’t listed, click here.

New England Water Problems

Although it may vary, many towns in New England have somewhat similar water quality issues. Some problems arise from natural minerals in the ground, others are man-made. Common are low pH, dissolved iron, manganese, calcium and magnesium (the hardness minerals), bad odors & tastes.  Even the health threats arsenic and radon are not uncommon.

The process  starts with getting a reliable water sample and test, analyzing it and understanding how it can be resolved. From there, once we get a better understanding of your water usage, we can recommend the right system for you.

 

Some towns and cities with general problems of hard water, iron and/or manganese:
Areas with Radon issues in New England:
Arsenic Concentration

BerlinBoltonBoxfordBoylstonCarlisleDunstableGroton,   HarvardHopkintonNewburyTyngsboroughUptonWestford. 

If your town or city isn’t listed, click here.

SCHEDULE YOUR FREE WATER ASSESSMENT NOW

If you have a private well, the responsibility for testing your home’s water and assuring it meets drinking water standards lies with you, not your town. We highly recommend that you have water testing done on a consistent basis and at an interval that makes sense for your particular situation. H2O Care can assist you to determine the most sensible approach.

We Don’t Make The Water, We Make the Water Better!

H2O Care combines water filtration and water softener technology expertise with on-staff licensed Master and Journeyman Plumbers. We DO NOT contract out our plumbing work. This ensures a safe, controlled, professional installation to improve your overall water quality. Our full-service staff will optimize the life and proper functioning of your water softener and other water filtration systems. We are not a franchise and can choose the best available equipment and technology to address your specific water quality issues.

We are often contacted about trying new technologies which we may test internally and in the field to determine actual potential value to our customers. If they pass the test, they become available for future water quality improvement installations where appropriate.