3 Easy-To-Spot Signs That Your Well May Need Water Treatment

We rely on water every single day. Whether it is a glass of water in the morning to help take daily medication or it’s used to prepare tonight’s dinner, having safe drinking water is crucial to our overall health. Having safe drinking water is just one of those luxuries we have that we don’t truly appreciate until it’s gone.

Luckily, we here at Paramount Well Service, the top choice for residential well pump repair in Mercer County are here to help make sure the water coming out of your faucet is safe for eating and drinking. Here are just some of the easy signs that could be a preview of you calling us to inspect the water in your home:

Bad Odor

Your water having an unpleasant smell may not be exactly bad for you, but it can certainly be an inconvenience. Keep an eye out for an unusual odor coming from a glass of water that you just recently poured. A strong whiff of rotten eggs can be an indicator that your water has too much hydrogen sulfide in it.

Cloudy Water

If you start to believe there is something wrong with your water but there are no visible signs, then pour a glass of water straight from the tap and let it sit on its own for a short period of time. If your glass of water starts to become cloudy and dirty looking, give us a call as soon as possible because this can be an indicator that your water is not safe to drink.

Bad Taste

One of the most obvious signs will be the quality of your water. Over time, we become accustomed to the water we get delivered to our tap. The quality of tap water is different all across the world. If you start to notice a strange or bad taste in your water, stop drinking and get in touch with us today.

If you happen to notice any of these warning signs, it is important for you to reach out to us as soon as possible. Continuing to drink contaminated or dirty water can be detrimental to your health. With over 30 years of experience, we’re happy to offer our residential well pump repair services in Hunterdon County. Give us a call today at 1-800-352-0807 to get started.