Water treatment is often a "must have" if you live in Massachusetts and New Hampshire because of contaminants like arsenic.
If your buying bottled water for safety and taste, you may be making a mistake. Learn why whole house water treatment makes more sense.
Salmonella contamination in drinking water can cause illness. Testing your water well and sanitizing with chlorination will solve the problem.
Prior to 2006 over 55,000 children were hospitalized with rotavirus infections annually. Learn water treatment for rotavirus.
When drilling a new water well for a residential home it is important to maintain a well log. Learn what a well log is and how it helps home resales.
Well Water should be tested at least once for lead contamination. Corrosive water can cause lead from pipes to enter your drinking water.
Water Treatment For Dummies: Water Quality Association is a free book for consumers that answers questions your homes water quality.
Arsenic is prevalent in Massachusetts water wells from Amesbury, Dunstable to Dudley. Learn where it's located and what this means.