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Water Quality Testing
Don’t “Take a Chance” When it Comes to Water Quality Monitoring
Monitoring your water quality is more than just coming to a water management services company when people in your community are complaining that the water is brown.
Water may appear clear, yet still have dangerous amounts of bacteria or other contaminants polluting it. These can cause waterborne diseases like E.coli if not treated. While this may sound like something that’s relegated to other parts of the world, water borne diseases are something Americans deal with, and even die from, on a regular basis.
As a person who sits on the water board of your community, it is your responsibility to keep the quality of water at an acceptable level.
Your friends and neighbors are looking to you to ensure they’re getting water that’s not only safe to wash their dishes with, but to drink as well.
If you haven’t had your community’s water tested regularly in the past, it’s never too late to start. While regular quality monitoring is important — we recommend doing it on an annual basis — it is especially so if you’ve been hearing complaints of discoloration or strange tastes.
Water Quality Testing You Can Rely on With King Water
At King Water, we take water quality seriously. That’s why we use state-of-the-art water monitoring systems to test water for clarity as well as bacteria levels in the water.
We take a thorough and rigorous approach to our water quality testing. We do so because we are just as committed to the health of your community as you are.
Our team of 12 fully trained water systems technicians have a combined experience of over 75 years. You can count on us to provide reliable results and, even more importantly, solutions if things aren’t up to par.
Contact King Water to Ensure a Consistently High Quality of Water
When you work with King Water for water quality testing, you know you can count on us to keep on top of your water quality with regular tests. We’ll even do it more often on a case-to-case basis as necessary.
This means that if we find anything of concern, we’ll report it to you right away and start getting to work on identifying the source and dealing with the problem.
Contact us today to learn about our water management plans and see how water quality testing fits in.