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Allentown, PA Water Testing by Tim Beil Plumbing

Whether you’re confident about the potability of your water or you find that your water supply needs to be purified, it’s important to have your water tested periodically. The truth of the matter is that many contaminants and pollutants are simply undetectable by our senses, although they may be causing issues with our plumbing systems or even with our bodies. There is plenty that can enter our water supply, either from the soil around the groundwater or through the municipal water treatment process. Whether you get your water from a well or from a municipal water supply, we can complete a thorough water testing service for your home.

Our water testing is a prompt and comprehensive service that will give us the information we need to recommend a water treatment solution to your water quality problems. We can review these results in detail with you as well as what can be done to improve your water quality, if indicated. In some cases, your water may be fine, but wouldn’t you like to know for certain? Since 1967, we have been delivering exceptional customer service and workmanship to our customers, including all aspects of plumbing services. Your water is too important to neglect. Call us today to schedule a water test.

Tim Beil Plumbing provides water testing services in Allentown, PA and the surrounding areas.


Common Reasons to Consider Water Testing

We think it’s a great idea to have your water tested whether you think there is an issue with your water supply or not. It’s ultimately your decision, of course, but it’s important to remain alert to the taste, smell and color of your water as well as any residue that it may leave on your plumbing fixtures and drains.

For example, if you find that your water smells a bit like rotten eggs, then you probably have far too much sulfur. If you’re a parent concerned about excessive chlorine or fluoride in the water supply, then you may want to consider a water test so that you can take action. If you find that your water tastes like metal, then you may have excessive amounts of iron or high amounts of calcium and magnesium, which comprise “hard water”.

After Your Water Test

A water test is the first step toward making sure that your water quality remains consistently excellent. Whether you’re concerned about your health or your plumbing system, we can find you a solution. After the water test, we will sit down with you to discuss your options. We can make sure that you find a water purification or a filtration system that targets what’s wrong with your water.

For Expert Water Testing, Call Tim Beil Plumbing

Let us know what your concerns are with your water so that we can provide you with a lasting solution. Contact our friendly plumbers today to learn more about our water testing service.