Jacksonville’s Leader in Water Testing
If you’re using a private well, moving into a new Jacksonville home, or detecting unpleasant water odors, tastes, or stains, reach out to an experienced water treatment company like Integrity Water Treatment to schedule water testing services with qualified water treatment specialists.
Water quality is a big health concern in Jacksonville, and knowing what is in your water is essential. When you request water testing from Integrity Water Treatment, our skilled team of water treatment professionals will get to the bottom of your water problems by discovering the contaminants and microorganisms in your drinking water and making sure that you have the appropriate water treatments to address these problems. Any needed water system repairs will be completed by licensed, experienced technicians to get you back up and running with minimal down time.
Testing Well Water & Municipal Water
Well water is generally untreated and unregulated, so private well owners in Jacksonville should be diligent about water testing. EPA standards for drinking water applies in municipal water districts, but they don’t extend to private wells. These wells might contain unhealthy levels of iron, nitrates, bacteria, and other contaminants.
Municipal water quality can vary greatly across the United States. Factors such as the age of homes and buildings, their proximity to treatment facilities, the age of water pipes, and the source of the municipality’s water contribute to the overall quality of city water. Annual water quality reports issued by local water districts reveal the average results of water testing, and they don’t necessary depict the water quality of individual homes. Many Jacksonville homeowners choose to schedule water testing services from trusted water treatment specialists so that they can compare their results to their municipalities’ reports.
What’s in Your Water?
Your water testing results can indicate the presence of a variety of contaminants that can be harmful at certain levels. Water quality tests might reveal the following:
- Ions such as iron, chloride, and manganese
Lab Water Analysis
Water testing can also be performed by retrieving a water sample and sending it to an EPA-certified lab for in-depth analytical testing. The results will be returned to you shortly, and you can then discuss them with your water treatment company to determine the best water treatment solution.
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