Residential Water Testing in Maryland

Providing Residential Water Testing in Annapolis, Baltimore & More!

Water is necessary for so many things involved with the functionality and upkeep of a home: washing dishes and clothes, taking baths and showers, cooking and cleaning, and staying hydrated! You can’t clean yourself or items in your home without clean water, and you certainly don’t want to fill your body with a contaminated substance.

The first step to having clean water is knowing what impurities are present in the first place. Water Doctor’s time-tested methods will help reveal any contaminants in your water supply so that our team can decide the best way to get rid of them. The EPA recommends having your water tested at least once a year, but you can (and should) have it tested more frequently if you notice any changes, like unpleasant odors or cloudiness.

To schedule residential water testing in Maryland, contact us online or call 877-677-9275 today!

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Why Do I Need Residential Water Testing?

You might think that it would be obvious if there is something wrong with your water, but contaminants are often undetectable until a family member becomes ill. Well water, in particular, is susceptible to contamination because it does not go through the same filtration process as water supplied from the city. Regardless of where your water comes from, however, contaminants could be present that cause unpleasant tastes and odors, staining, hard water, or illness due to bacteria.

If you’re concerned that the water at your Maryland home might be contaminated, contact Water Doctor for a free analysis today!

What Are the Signs of Contaminated Water?

Though some contaminants are odorless, tasteless, and/or invisible, there are some tell-tale signs of common pollutants that you should watch out for:

  • Cloudiness or visible particles floating throughout the water.
  • Strong smell of chlorine.
  • Orange or brownish water that stains sinks and tub basins.
  • Rotten-egg smell, usually caused by sulfur.
  • Dirt or sediment in your water.
  • Bitter or metallic tastes.
  • Generally unpleasant smells.

Even if you think you know what the problem is, Water Doctor will come to your home and provide a free test for various pollutants. This water analysis will help us understand exactly what the issues are so we can address them comprehensively!

If you’ve noticed these or any other problems with the water in your Maryland home, schedule a service for water treatment today!

What Contaminants Does Water Doctor Test For?

Our experienced specialists can test your residential water for all of the following contaminants:

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

If you’re interested in water testing or water treatment services for your home in Baltimore, Maryland or a nearby city, don’t hesitate to contact Water Doctor at 877-677-9275!

Water Doctor: Providing Residential Water Testing in Annapolis & the Surrounding Areas Since 1979

Why should you choose Water Doctor? Our expert team has been working to eliminate water pollutants in the Baltimore, Maryland area for more than three decades! We know issues that commonly arise and how to best treat them. Water Doctor employs more Water Quality Association Specialists than any other company in Maryland! Why would you go anywhere else for your water treatment needs?

For residential water testing and treatment in Maryland, contact Water Doctor today!

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