Does your city really provide you with safe water?

Empower yourself by knowing the facts about your neighborhood’s drinking water quality and water supply source.

Do you know how your water gets to your home? Most city water travels through outdated, unsafe piping in order to get to your home. What about your city?
Is your ground water running through a closed Superfund Site? Have there been other contamination to the ground water you haven’t been made aware of?

It’s up to YOU to find out how healthy your drinking water quality is.

It’s important to be an informed homeowner and home buyer in order to keep yourself and your family safe. Although city’s test their own water, there is case after case of city’s dropping the ball and leaving it’s residents vulnerable to health issues and tragedies. Don’t let it happen to you.

Common Questions About Drinking Water

Knowledge is power when it comes to the health of your family.

Is City Drinking Water Safe?​

Cities and Municipalities treat water pulled into their system with chemicals like Chlorine and Ammonia.  While most of these chemicals are filtered out, what remains is a byproduct of the chemical additive, which stays in your water.

How Do I Get a City Water Report?​

Contact your water utility (there is usually a number or website on your water bills) and ask them to send you the latest Water Quality Report.  They are required to publish these reports once a year.

What if I have Well Water?​

Well water should be tested by the homeowner.  Because it is not treated by a large facility, there is a higher chance of bacteria and pesticides in the water.  You will want to make sure you use a WELL water testing kit to make sure the water is safe to drink.

Water Testing Kits

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