Water Testing

What's in your water?

Water is essential to our home and health. It is important to be sure the water we use and consume is clean, pure, and free from contaminating elements. We offer complete water testing services and the best professional water tests to identify the most common contaminants and elements that effect your water including:

  • pH
  • Iron
  • TDS
  • Chlorine
  • Sulfur
  • Hardness

For certain water conditions there may be a need to send your water out for further in-depth testing. We offer water testing services and use a California Certified Lab to help diagnose a more extensive water problem such as:

  • Arsenic
  • Bacteria
  • Coliforms
  • E Coli
  • Fluoride
  • Iron
  • Lead
  • Nitrates & Nitrites
  • Tannins
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Gain peace of mind about your water with our simple and affordable water testing services. A trained expert will come to your home and perform a complete analysis of your water, fixtures, plumbing, and water-using appliances. They will provide accurate and thorough test results, and answer any questions you have about your water. You will receive a detailed report offering recommendations for water treatment if a contaminant is present.

If you are experiencing water problems, or just want to be assured that you home has quality water, contact us today: 760-353-9003.

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    Frequently asked questions

    Municipal water treatment facilities commonly use chlorine to treat water. It is often detectable in tap water due to taste and smell. While chlorine is effective for removing dangerous bacteria from the water supply, chlorine can objectionably affect drinking water by irritating eyes and skin. Since the chlorine has already served its purpose by the time water reaches your faucet, the WaterMax® MaxPack can safely remove it from your water.

    Hydrogen Sulfide is often the reason for this unpleasant smell. Hydrogen Sulfide may be created by decaying organic matter, some types of bacteria, and petroleum refining. If the rotten egg smell is only present in hot water, it may be the result of a deteriorated anode on a water heater system.

    Hard water forms build-up in appliances, which can require as much as 33% more fuel to heat water in a water heater. The reason is that additional energy is required to heat hard water scale before it can heat your water. Since soft water eliminates hard water scale issues, the result will be lower energy costs.

    The only household appliance that can actually reduce costs, a water softener can reduce water-heating bills by up to 29%. Soft water also requires less detergent and soap usage, so water softeners save you money on these items as well.

    It is best to have well water tested for hardness, iron and pH. City water should be checked for hardness, pH and chlorine. Contact us to schedule a FREE in-home water test so we can identify your water problems and determine the right water solution for your home.

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