Lately, some homeowners in Bradenton, FL have been noticing something unusual with the water coming from their sink and tub faucets. Specifically, homeowners are noticing a greenish tint to the water, which is unappealing, to say the least. The good news is that this is not likely a major health concern. Many factors can lead to discoloration of water, including elevated mineral levels, issues with pipes, and many more.
Of course, we completely understand that, harmful or not, you want to know for sure what is going on. Regardless of what the cause of the green water may be, you probably also want to get rid of the discoloration. These are goals that the water quality experts on our staff can help you reach.
First Things First: Schedule Water Testing
If you are concerned about any aspect of your water quality, including greenish, discolored water, scheduling water testing is a great first step to take. We tend to have somewhat corrosive water in this area, so it is very possible that this greenish tint is the result of corrosive water leading to copper discoloring the water. When it comes to something like your drinking water, of course, you don’t want to take any chances, which is why professional water testing is probably a good idea.
Step 2: Resolve the Problem Appropriately
Once we’ve tested your water, we should know exactly what it is that we are dealing with in terms of your water quality issues. Having this information is very important if you hope to resolve problems with your water quality successfully. There are a lot of water treatment systems available, after all. They serve different purposes, though, and you don’t want to be wasting your money on a water treatment system that is not perfectly suited to handling the problem at hand.
Call Wimpy’s Dependable Plumbing today at 941-322-1911 and find out why our customers say, I Love My Plumber!