Ask a Portland Plumber: What to do About Water Contaminates?

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Have a Water Test Performed by 3 Mountains Professional

We’ve been told again and again that drinking more water on a daily basis is good for our bodies. Rather than spending extra cash on bottled water that later muck up the environment with plastic waste, we believe that a healthy lifestyle begins at home where a simple turn of the faucet should accommodate our needs. Unfortunately, bottling your own water at home may not be the safest choice.

Did You Know?

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does make some promises regarding the cleanliness of water as it leaves the local water treatment plant, however they cannot guarantee what happens to that water as it travels all the way to your faucet. Also, there is a certain percentage of acceptable chemicals and contaminates the EPA is willing to allow.

Some of the more common contaminates found in drinking water are:

  • Lead
  • Chlorine
  • Nitrates

What to do About it?

It’s always safer to have your home water tested by a professional.  Be proactive, be informed, and know exactly what’s coming out of your faucet.  The professionals at 3 Mountains Plumbing are happy to thoroughly test your water and explain the results.  We can also recommend a variety of water filtration systems or repairs that will help ensure you and your family are drinking clean and healthy water.

At 3 Mountains Plumbing our professionals strive to deliver a variety of service guarantees.  These include:

  • Workmanship
  • Inspection
  • Timeliness
  • Cleanliness

We hold ourselves to high standards so that we may ensure you have what we like to call a delightful plumbing experience.  Part of our mission and promise includes keeping you, your home, and your family safe from drinking water contaminates.

Contact 3 Mountains Plumbing today to learn more about how we can test the water in your home and help you maintain your healthy lifestyle.

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