Commercial Water Testing for Assisted Living Facilities in Maryland

Assisted living facilities, retirement facilities, and nursing homes provide essential health, well-being, and community services to the elderly and those who are rehabilitating from serious injuries or health problems. A healthy environment is essential in such facilities to minimize the transmission of illnesses, and the water quality of the facility plays an important role in the overall health of the patients. Clean, fresh water is required for preparing food, bathing, cleaning, and more.

At Water Doctor, we can help you to protect the health of your patients and staff with periodic commercial water quality testing services, as well as water treatment services. Since 1979, we have been helping Maryland businesses and homeowners provide clean, safe water.

For more information about our commercial water quality testing services, contact Water Doctor today at 301-953-2846!

Why Should Assisted Living Facilities Have Their Water Quality Tested?

At assisted living facilities, patients with serious health problems, such as compromised immune systems, can be especially vulnerable to any bacteria, viruses, and parasites that may be present in the water supply or the building’s plumbing system. The Maryland Department of the Environment and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene require such facilities to have a source of clean, fresh water, with frequent testing, backflow prevention systems, and an emergency plan for supply disruptions.

At Water Doctor, we can help your assisted living facility remain compliant with these regulations and protect your patients with water quality testing services, as well as treatment solutions. Frequent water quality testing can help your facility to:

  • Protect the health of your patients, visitors, and staff
  • Provide a clean, healthy environment
  • Prevent the spread of infections and illnesses
  • Provide quality food and drinking water
  • Comply with federal, state, and local heath and water quality regulations
  • Protect your plumbing from water quality problems, such as corrosion or mineral accumulations

Our water quality testing services can identify a variety of problems in addition to biological contaminants, such as hard water, acidic water, and more. We can also help your facility to correct nearly any water quality problem found during our analysis finds, using numerous treatment techniques, such as reverse osmosis, water softening, UV sterilization, and more. We will work with your team to design a system that meets the needs and budget of your facility.

To test the quality of the water at your assisted living facility, contact Water Doctor today!

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Water Doctor provides certified lab sampling of water sources for the following contaminants:

  • Lead
  • Radium
  • Nitrates
  • Bacteria
  • Radon
  • coli
  • Gasoline
  • Iron
  • Acid
  • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Pesticides
  • Heavy metals
  • Arsenic

Are you worried that the water supply at your Maryland assisted living facility might contain any of the above pollutants? Contact Water Doctor immediately for commercial water testing!

Choose Water Doctor for Commercial Water Testing in the Baltimore, MD Area

Not only does Water Doctor provide timely and friendly service for your water testing needs, but we require all of our employees to be educated and certified by the Water Quality Association. We also have team members who are Maryland State Water Treatment Plant Operations and Backflow Prevention Certified. Why would you go anywhere else for your water testing needs?

If you need commercial water services, including testing and treatment, contact us today!

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