Salem has been a thriving suburb of the Boston/Manchester region since the 1980s. There’s always something fun to do with excellent schools and easy access to main highways, restaurants, and Canobie Lake! The latest stats put this town at #12 in NH to live, making it an ideal place to raise a family or go for retirement.
While this city is a great place to live, as with the rest of the state, water quality is an ongoing issue. We’re going to review some of the contaminants in your area and a few things you can do (including the best whole house water filtration systems for Salem) to take care of any water problems you may come across!
Water issues in the Salem, NH Area.
As a resident, the city recommends that if you are on well water, you check your water quality every 3-5 years, when there’s a change to water quality, or a new owner takes over. You should be testing your water every 1-3 years. But we believe to be on the safe side, particularly with the recent highlighting of arsenic and PFAS in the state, well water owners may opt to check the quality every 1-2 years.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has listed 12 contaminants infiltrating the Salem water supply. Some of the top offending potential carcinogens include —
- Bromodichloromethane (154x higher than recommended)
- Haloacetic acids (HAA9) (410x higher than recommended)
- Haloacetic acids (HAA5) (188 higher than recommended)
- Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) (318x higher than recommended)
- Total trihalomethanes (211x higher than recommended)
- Radium (43x higher than recommended)
Since there can be immediate risk factors in your water supply, be sure to organize your testing for both city water or well water as soon as possible to mitigate potential health issues.
NH Tap water treatment Salem, NH.
NH Tap is passionate about delivering the right solutions for the Granite State, including water treatment for Salem homes, to keep you and your household healthy. We have installed hundreds of well and city water home filtration systems, providing peace of mind in this unparalleled time of water crisis. Our founder, Keith McDonald, and the NH Tap team simply want to provide the best information and service to give you clean water to support your lifestyle.
NH Tap delivers the best water treatment for Salem because we provide —
- Custom analysis of your water needs.
- Streamlined whole-home water, UV Light Filtration for Bacteria, and PFAS filtration solutions for well water.
- A cleaner kitchen, softer laundry, more dependable appliances, and the purest drinking water.
- Easy financing options with installation, a 5-year warranty (including parts and labor), and lifetime support.
Whole-home water filtration systems for Salem, NH.
Get the best in public water filtration for Salem, NH.
We love to see families and friends get the best whole house water filtration systems for Salem — simply pure water from every faucet. From destroying PFOA levels and other carcinogens to removing chlorine and everything in between, our filtration systems remove what you don’t want in your home’s water.
At your initial consultation with NH Tap for city water, we will —
- Conduct a free water test. and provide a custom third-party verified report of the water in your area.
- Provide your recommendation and put together the suitable filtration media to correct the undesirable contamination in your home’s water.
Learn more about the NH Tap MainFrame™ Whole House Water Filtration System.
Get the best in well water filtration for Salem, NH.
Our Absolute™ Well Water Filtration System withdraws water risks (including arsenic, PFAS, and other chemical and organic matter runoff) that can contaminate your water supply — at the source.
Explore our NH Tap Absolute™ Well Water Filtration System for private wells.
Contact us today to see how you can have the best whole house water filtration systems for Salem and the purest water at every faucet.
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