A good source of drinking water is one of the most basic and essential of human needs. If you have a well, you need to ensure the water is free of contaminants and the system is working properly, whether it’s used for livestock, crops, or your own family. Well water testing on a regular basis is important to ensuring a safe and reliable source of clean water.
Perry’s Pump Repair offers free electronic water testing with each water well analysis and repair. This $95 dollar value to be refunded upon recommended purchase. Contact us to learn more!
Harmful bacteria, viruses, and other microbes are nearly impossible to detect by sight or taste, and can cause serious illness. Chemical contaminants can seep into groundwater and cause long-term health problems that may not appear for months. It is important to identify these problems with the assistance of a qualified technician.
Well testing services offered by Perry’s Pump Repair in Gainesville, FL, entail checking for the presence of coliform bacteria and other microorganisms. Testing well water can also determine the presence of surface contaminants with proven health risks, such as nitrates, which impair the blood’s ability to use oxygen, and sulfates, which create digestive problems. These chemicals can appear as the result of runoff from fertilizer or industrial use. There is often a possibility of overuse of pesticides in surrounding areas.
Testing well water involves checking your water for total dissolved solids, which is the number of particles accumulating in your system. All too often, contaminated water contains unusual levels of sodium, chlorides, fluoride,
manganese, iodine, and common iron oxide (rust). Significant quantities of any of these can ruin the taste of water to the point where it’s unpalatable, and in high concentrations pose health risks. More dangerous compounds such as uranium, selenium, and arsenic can be detected through proper well water testing. The level of pH is always measured to determine your water’s acidity.
Private well testing should be done regularly, but that also applies to commercial concerns, including decorative ponds and fountains which can become sources of contamination.
Frequent and regular testing will establish data to help identify changes, determine the sources and extent of any contamination, and also suggest courses of treatment. It is important to identify the problem, including disrepair to the pump, leaks from lines or holding tanks, or inoperative switches and relays.
Perry’s Pump Repair LLC has been serving the greater Gainesville, FL, area for over 30 years, and we provide a full range of services, including well drilling, well pump repairs, and water softener and water treatment systems. We offer a full line of quality water treatment and water filtration products, with all components backed by manufacturer warranties. We can provide and install the replacement parts you need, whether it be PVC or galvanized pipe, tanks, filters, controls, or pressure switches.
What’s In Your Water? Call Perry’s Pump Repair to Find Out!
We are a Florida water treatment company that takes pride in being the most affordable and most experienced well repair company in central Florida. We know how important clean water is to you and your family, and we’re ready to help 24 hours a day.
Potential Cause: Plumbing System or Contaminated Groundwater
Response: The smell is likely from hydrogen sulfide gas. Check if it's coming from only the hot water tap, or both hot and cold water. Then, contact Perry's Pump Repair for water testing services.
Potential Cause: Trapped Air Bubbles
Response: Try running the water in the sink or bathtub for a few minutes.
Potential Cause: Fire Hydrant Flushing; Water Main Breaks; Construction Work
Response: Run your water for 5 minutes to flush out the rusty water. Do not use the water for drinking or washing until it is clear. If the water does not clear up, contact Perry's Pump Repair.
Potential Cause: Dissolved Minerals in the Water
Response: Florida experiences "extremely hard" and "very hard" water. To check the levels of your water, or to soften your water, call Perry's Pump Repair.