Your Home Runs On Water, ensure there's no contaminants.
Contaminants find their way into water from old pipes, agriculture, industry, and other sources. Often these contaminants have no color, smell or taste. Local authorities will test at some public water facilities, but they don’t know what’s coming out of your faucet.
When you turn on your tap, you’re likely receiving water from the local water treatment plants that’s regulated, tested, and reported by the government. The governments standards for drinking water can vary, and they’re supposed to notify recipients if contaminants are found in the water, but that may only be disclosed once a year.
If you live on an older property, you may also receive your water from a well located nearby. You alone are responsible for making sure the water meets quality standards safe for drinking. If you have a well on your property, you’ll want to regularly have your water tested.
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