Testing your water is the key to understanding its true quality. Our cutting-edge water testing services unveil the toxins your water might be hiding. From microscopic invaders to unseen contaminants, we leave no drop unexamined.
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These toxins are commonly found in San Diego tap water
The Unseen Culprit: Contaminated Water
From pollutants to harmful minerals, your water might carry more baggage than you think. It's time to uncover the truth about what you're sipping on every day.
Our Simple Water Testing Process
1. Schedule Your Test
Pick a day and time that works best for you. Our schedule is flexible, so yours doesn’t have to be.
2. Water Quality Test
An expert team member will run a series of in-depth water tests to check for common toxins and pollutants in your water.
3. A Customized System
We’ll develop a customized water safety plan so you will know exactly what’s in your water. All that’s left is to schedule the Install!
Common Issues with Municipal Water
Calcium Deposits in Pipes
Generally, homes with "hard water" have high mineral content from magnesium, calcium, or potassium build up in drains and pipes. When left unresolved this can cause corrosion or blockages.
Damage to Appliances
In addition to leaving spots and soap scum behind, hard water also wreaks havoc on fixtures and appliances by leaving mineral deposits behind. This reduces the longevity of appliances over time.
Drinking water for millions of people is dangerously contaminated or chemically polluted. The presence of toxins, particularly in groundwater, can lead to health defects.
Foul "Rotton Egg" Smell
Generally, a rotten egg (or sulfurous) sewage-like odor from household water results from bacterial activity, which can be due to bacteria growing in the drains.