What’s your water like?
Here in New England, a variety of factors can affect how your water tastes, smells, feels, and works in and around your home. Some water problems may not be as obvious as others. That’s why we offer free water testing. Specialists from Premier Water are trained to thoroughly analyze your water supply, and will take the time to learn about your family’s particular budget and needs—without any cost or obligation to you.
Hard water contains dissolved calcium, magnesium and in many cases, iron.
Cloudy, murky or grayish water is usually caused by dissolved or suspended solids.
Since the 1850s, chlorine has been used as a disinfectant to kill harmful bacteria in water itself or the pipes that transport it.
In its pristine state, water is colorless, tasteless and odorless. So, if your water tastes or smells funny, you owe it to yourself to find out why.
Water is a natural solvent and given the needed time and conditions, it will dissolve anything it comes in contact with.
Even well operated, state-of-the-art treatment plants cannot ensure that drinking water is entirely free of microbial pathogens.