Drinking Water Testing and Treatment in Maryland
If you suspect there’s something strange in your drinking water because it smells or tastes unpleasant, Water Doctor can help! The first step to cleaner, more refreshing water is a drinking water analysis to determine what contaminants (if any) are present in your water. After one of Water Doctor’s expert technicians visits your Maryland home for a free analysis, we’ll help you determine which of our drinking water filtration solutions is best for you.
If you’re interested in having your drinking water tested and treated and you live in Baltimore, Maryland or the surrounding area, call Water Doctor toll-free at 877-677-9275 today!
When Should I Have My Water Tested?
The EPA recommends having your water tested at least once per year to ensure its quality and safety, but Water Doctor suggests having it tested more frequently if:
- You notice a change in the taste, odor, or appearance of your water.
- Your well has been contaminated in the past.
- There is an infant in your home who relies on your well for water.
What Contaminants Does Water Doctor Test For?
Our certified specialists can test your drinking water for all of the following contaminants and more:
- E. coli
- Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
- Heavy metals
If you’re concerned that one of these contaminants might be present in your drinking water, contact Water Doctor today for a free analysis!
What Types of Drinking Water Filtration Systems Are There?
Water Doctor offers two different water treatment systems to keep your drinking water clean: reverse osmosis and ultraviolet light sterilizers.
Reverse osmosis reduces a wide range of contaminants from your home’s drinking water. The Water Factory SQC Reverse Osmosis system reduces 75-98% of dissolved solids including nitrates, lead, radium, arsenic, cadmium, cysts, and chlorine. A reverse osmosis system is recommended because it eliminates many contaminants in well water that would otherwise go undetected.
Ultraviolet Light Sterilizer
UV light sterilizers don’t use any chemicals to filter contaminants out of your water, so they are safe for humans and animals alike. These devices use UV radiation to destroy the DNA of harmful microorganisms like coliform bacteria. They are completely automatic, odorless, and tasteless!
Benefits of Filtered Drinking Water in Baltimore, MD
There are many benefits to investing in filtered water in your Maryland home. Filtered water is less costly than buying bottled water and it is just as beneficial to your health. See what other great benefits come from drinking filtered sink water!
- Filtered water removes lead, which can impair children’s developing immune systems
- Excess sodium is removed from your water supply
- Harmful toxins and contaminants are removed from your drinking water
Bottled water is the fastest growing segment of the entire beverage industry, and discarded plastic bottles have become one of the biggest environmental pollutants. With a home water filtration system, you can receive the same high quality water without the plastic bottles! You’ll help save yourself time and money with filtered water, but you’ll also be making a more environmentally-friendly choice.
Contact Water Doctor for Drinking Water Testing & Treatment in Baltimore, Gaithersburg, Rockville, and Bethesda
We have been proudly serving neighborhoods all across Maryland since 1979. Our team has the experience and equipment needed to provide expert solutions when you need them most. Whether you have well water or tap water, we can find the best filtration solution for your home’s needs. Schedule your water filtration service with Water Doctor today! Call us toll-free at 877-677-9275.
We specialize in providing drinking water testing services throughout Maryland, including the following areas:
- Ellicott City
- Glen Arm
- Hunt Valley
- Owings Mills
- Shady Side
- Sparks Glencoe
- West Friendship
- West River
- Anne Arundel County
- Howard County
- Baltimore County
- Frederick County
- Montgomery County
- Carroll County
- Charles County
- Calvert County
- Queen Anne's County
- Harford County