Why does my water smell like rotten eggs? If your water smells like rotten eggs, it’s time to get it tested for hydrogen sulfide.
$418 million is designated for NH clean drinking water efforts, though we still recommend well water testing. Contact us to assist with your well water testing.
Chlorine in drinking water Chlorine is an essential element in the disinfection of city water and public water systems. It removes bacteria such as E.coli, and eliminates parasites and other…
More than half of NH residents are on well water, and radon from granite dissolves into it and goes directly into home water. Schedule water testing online!
Which conditions or situations should prompt well water testing and how often should you test your well water? The answers depend on the location of your well and the dynamic environment around and within your home.
There are other telltale signs of the most-common four types of iron in well water. All four types of iron cause staining, metallic taste, and fouling of pipes and plumbing.
Protect your water treatment system and water quality by regularly changing and disinfecting your water filter. Find out ‘how to’ in this post.
This post examines the history of the Safe Drinking Water Act, how it and safe drinking water standards have evolved over the years, and how Secondwind Water both meets and surpasses the regulations the EPA sets forth.
If you have a whole house water filtration system, harmful impurities don’t make it out of the tap.
Radon in well water is a naturally occurring danger. The gas potentially occurs in both the air and drinking water of your home. Secondwind Water Systems offers free water tests for radon contamination in well water for New Hampshire residents.