We drink, shower, cook, and clean with it. But how much do you really know about the water that flows from your faucets?
If you’re drinking tap water, the answer to that question is 300+ chemicals and pollutants, according to research from the EPA.
Take matters into your hands and take back your tap & family’s safety. You can start by learning more about the quality of your water.Find your local quality water report
The most common problems are the presence of iron, sulfur and hydrogen sulfide, all of which can wreak havoc in your home, causing costly damage throughout.
This issue can cause lead to several problems, including staining in toilet bowls and sinks, metallic-tasting water, growth build-up in the base of the toilet
If your water smells like rotten eggs odor, you probably have a hydrogen sulfide problem. If hot water is the culprit, the smell may be due to the anode rod in the water heater. HS2 is also corrosive to metal, tarnishes silver and may cause black staining on fixtures.
Chlorine is a strong oxidant that quickly destroys plastic & rubber components such as rubber seals and gaskets. This causes costly leaks in appliances and plumbing fixtures.
Tip: Put a few drops of food coloring into your toilet tank. If the color bleeds into your bowl without flushing you have a leak
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