Diagnosing Your Water
Water travels on a long journey from a water treatment facility to your household pipes. Along the way, water can pick up numerous contaminants, including sediment, silt, and microorganisms.
If left untreated, these water impurities may lead to illness, sink and bathtub stains, and mineral deposits that clog your pipes.
Do you notice that your water seems “off”? If your water tastes metallic, smells like rotten eggs, or leaves spots and stains, you may have a water quality problem. Learn how to diagnose your water based on the below characteristics:
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