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The question we always get is why get a water test. Simply put, water enters the body more than threw your mouth. You shower/bathe in water, you wash your dishes, you drink it and it’s also in most of all drinks that you purchase.
Parts Per Million & Local Water Report

Clean drinking, cooking, and bathing water is essential for maintaining health and preventing disease. It is important to know where tap water comes from, how it’s been treated, and if it’s safe to use and drink. Testing your water can reveal the contaminants that might be making their way into your body every day.


81% OF AMERICA’S DRINKING WATER HAS CONTAMINANTS LINKED TO CANCER

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EPA Home Water Testing Facts
Water quality can be compromised by the presence of infectious agents, toxic chemicals, and radiological hazards. Whether your water comes from a public utility or private well, the risk of water contamination is always present. At low levels, they may not harm you, but if the levels of certain contaminants get too high, they can cause short-term and long-term negative health effects. Contaminants include:
  • Arsenic
  • Chemicals
  • Fluoride
  • VOCs
  • Lead
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Chromium
  • Bacteria
  • Glyphosate
  • Pesticides
  • Nitrates
  • Microbes
  • Chlorine Compounds
  • Dioxane

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The question we always get is why get a water test. Simply put, water enters the body more than threw your mouth. You shower/bathe in water, you wash your dishes, you drink it and it’s also in most of all drinks that you purchase.
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