Well Water Treatment Services in Maryland

Serving Annapolis, Gaithersburg, Edgewater, Glenwood & Surrounding Areas

Having clean water is essential to any home or business. The team at Water Doctor understands this and has been offering well water treatment systems throughout Maryland since 1979. Our experts have the ability to handle a wide variety of water issues, from hard water to strange odors, through primarily natural treatment methods.

If you’re concerned about the quality of your well water or want to improve the taste of your drinking water, contact Water Doctor today!

Well Water Testing & Analysis

Water Inspections

As a general rule, the state of Maryland and the Environmental Protection Agency recommend getting your water inspected at least once a year to take proper health precautions. Water Doctor offers home inspections throughout Maryland so you can find out what’s really in your water and take any necessary steps to make it clean.

Well Water Lab Testing

Through our extensive well water analysis packages, we are able to test your water for contamination of lead, gasoline, radium, nitrates, pesticides, volatile organic compounds, bacteria, heavy metals, radon, and arsenic.

If you’re interested in getting your Maryland well water tested, call Water Doctor at 301-953-2846 today.

Drinking Water Filtration Solutions

Drinking Water Filtration Systems

Although tap water in Maryland is relatively clean, there can be contaminants such as bacteria and harmful chemicals in the water you drink. Through our reverse osmosis process or bacteria sterilization, we can provide your home or commercial location with clean, safe drinking water.

Reverse Osmosis

This water filtration process treats a wide range of contaminants from drinking water. Enjoy fresh, healthy water in your home without the waste or hassle of buying bottled water.

For cleaner and better-tasting drinking water, contact Water Doctor today give our team a call at 301-953-2846.

Water Treatment Systems & Solutions

  • Water softening solutions – Hard water is a result of high calcium and magnesium levels, and it can make cleaning difficult for you. The good news is that Water Doctor offers a free analysis for hard water to determine the type and capacity of the water treatment system you need! With softer water, your laundry will often become cleaner and softer while retaining its original color.
  • Hard water solutions – In order to remove the calcium and magnesium minerals from your water supply, a water softener uses “resins” to attract these minerals. Periodically, the water softener uses a brine solution to clean out the water softener system (a process known as regeneration).
  • Iron water treatments – Well water is very susceptible to iron contamination because of its close proximity to rocks underground. Water Doctor offers a free iron analysis to determine the type of solution that will work best for your water line.
  • Well chlorination – It is important for water to be free of pathogenic microorganisms and bacteria in order to keep us safe and healthy in our homes. One easy way to ensure that your well water is safe to drink is to test yearly for bacteria and chlorinate when necessary.
  • Acid water treatment – It is important to treat acidic water quickly because it can deteriorate all types of metal piping and even the water tank itself. We offer natural mineral acid neutralizers that avoid the need for the homeowner to handle harsh chemicals. Chemical injection feeders are used specifically on commercial properties, and maintenance and monitoring are performed by our licensed technicians.
  • Taste and odor issues – Taste and odor issues can stem from a variety of problems. The professionals at Water Doctor will be able to determine the cause of your water’s taste and odor issues and effectively fix them.
  • Bacteria sterilizers – With our ultraviolet light sterilizers, microorganisms and coliform bacteria in your water can be quickly destroyed. This sterilizer has been proven safe to humans and animals, seeing as no chemicals are required.

If you are unsure which service your home or commercial building requires, that’s not a problem! Water Doctor also offers annual inspections to ensure optimal health for you and your family (or employees).

If you are ready to learn more about the services that we offer, please call 301-953-2846 to speak with one of our professionals.

Choose Water Doctor for Well Water Treatment in MD

No matter what type of water treatment your home or business needs, Water Doctor has the experience and expertise needed to get the job done. We only deliver the very best services to ensure the water you consume is safe and refreshing! Our family-run business has provided the Central Maryland area with high-quality well water treatment since 1979.

To provide customers with outstanding results, all Water Doctor employees are certified by the Water Quality Association. Water Doctor proudly employs nine WQA Certified Water Specialists. Our team operates with honesty and integrity to give customers a pleasant service experience.

Contact Water Doctor today to schedule well water treatment throughout Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery, and Baltimore counties.

Water Filtration & Treatment from Water Doctor

Water Doctor offers well water treatment systems for homes and businesses in the following Maryland counties:

  • Anne Arundel County
  • Howard County
  • Baltimore County
  • Frederick County
  • Montgomery County
  • Carroll County
  • Charles County
  • Calvert County
  • Queen Anne’s County
  • Harford County

Water Treatment FAQs

What service do I need if I keep seeing residue on dishes and fixtures?

If you see white residue building up pretty much anywhere your water touches, then it’s highly likely you have a problem with hard water. Very hard water can leave white discoloration on fixtures, tubs, sinks, countertops, dishes. It can also cause your hair and clothing to feel strange and will wear away at your fixtures, pipes, and appliances at an accelerated rate. It’s not going to harm you — hard water is simply the presence of high levels of calcium and magnesium in your water. Water softening solutions and various filtration solutions can both help with hard water.

What should I do if I’ve noticed my water smells or tastes different lately?

If you notice a change in your water, it’s something you’re going to want to have checked. The state government and the EPA both recommend annual water inspections, so this is as good a reason as any to go ahead and get your water inspected. If you have a well, then our well water lab testing services can quickly identify anything unusual in your water and offer additional solutions to resolve any issues.

My water smells like rotten eggs. Should I be worried?

This usually indicates the presence of sulfur in your water, usually in the form of hydrogen sulfide. An odor problem from hydrogen sulfide isn’t dangerous in and of itself, but it can indicate a dangerous problem such as contamination with organic matter — it’s also quite unpleasant and can make you not want to drink or use water in your home, so it’s worth fixing either way.

There are blue/green stains, and my water tastes metallic. What’s causing this?

These symptoms suggest that your water is unusually acidic. Other signs include pinhole leaks in copper piping and similar signs of corrosion. You’ll want to get this fixed quickly, as acidic water can rapidly damage your plumbing and appliances, requiring expensive repairs if left untreated.

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Anne Arundel | Howard | Baltimore | Frederick | Montgomery | Carroll | Charles | Calvert | Queen Anne's | Harford