Access to clean, pure water is a fundamental necessity for the well-being of your family. It serves as the foundation of good health, facilitating vital bodily functions such as hydration, digestion, circulation, and temperature regulation. Ensuring that the water you use and consume is free from contaminants and impurities is of utmost importance in safeguarding your family’s health and wellness. That’s why our team at NH Tap is proud to offer water testing, installation, and lifelong maintenance of water filtration systems to all residents of Deerfield, NH.

Water quality in the Deerfield, NH area.

Deerfield’s water is sourced from surface water in Hopkinton, NH. The chemical purification process effectively removes many significant contaminants and the tap water is considered safe for consumption. However, regardless of your city’s water system, various chemicals do remain in the water at levels deemed “legally” safe, including chlorine, which can have adverse effects on your health.

For those relying on well water, additional measures are necessary. Given the persistent concerns surrounding PFAS and arsenic, NH Tap strongly recommends that all well water owners in New Hampshire conduct water testing every 1-2 years or consider installing a water filtration system to ensure the safety of their water supply. The EWG (Environmental Working Group) explains the risks of various pollutants penetrating the water supply near Contoocook. Some of the offending cancer-causing chemicals include —

  • Bromodichloromethane (47x higher than recommended)
  • Chloroform (135x higher than recommended)
  • Dichloroacetic acid (75x higher than recommended)
  • Trichloroacetic acid (227x higher than recommended)

Given the potential risks that may exist in your water supply, it’s crucial to schedule water testing for both city and well water promptly. Taking this step can help mitigate the possibility of future health concerns.

Find out what’s in your water with our water testing services.

Evaluating the water quality in your home is crucial to ensure safe drinking and safeguard your family’s well-being. It identifies potential contaminants like lead, bacteria, and chemicals that may pose health hazards. Consistent testing provides peace of mind and enables prompt corrective action if concerns arise. NH Tap offers comprehensive water testing services, including public water testing, well water testing, and PFAS & PFOA testing.

Public Water Testing

Many Deerfield residents relying on public water sources might unknowingly encounter industrial chemicals and aging infrastructure, which could put their families at risk of exposure to various contaminants. While municipalities often release water quality reports, enabling us to collect most essential information for a quote remotely, the distinct plumbing and configurations of individual properties necessitate an on-site assessment to provide a precise estimate.

Learn more about public water testing.

Well Water Testing

The quality of private well water can exhibit significant variation, from unpleasant odors and corrosiveness to deceptively clear yet potentially tainted sources. While some contaminants can be assessed on-site, others, like arsenic, require analysis by an independent lab.

Learn more about well water testing.

PFAS Water Testing

PFAS, often referred to as “forever chemicals” are exceptionally resilient and difficult to eradicate once introduced. They originate from the manufacturing of nonstick coatings, waterproofing agents, and fire retardants. PFAS substances do not degrade within the human body and are linked to significant health risks. Local municipalities generally perform and release PFAS testing results, and NH Tap can help assess your town’s water quality reports. However, for those depending on private wells, individual testing through an accredited laboratory is imperative.

Learn more about PFAS water testing.

Get the best water treatment solution for your Deerfield home.

Deerfield residents can feel safe knowing that their specific water filtration needs are met. At NH Tap, we offer filtration systems for both public water and well water, as well as water softeners and reverse osmosis systems.

Whole-home water filtration systems for public water

The NH Tap MainFrame™ Whole House Water Filtration System employs intelligent purification to automatically capture chemicals and metals. Utilizing advanced 3-stage filtration technology, this system effectively manages various contaminants. Its sealed design ensures toxins are prevented from bypassing the filter, delivering purified water throughout your home environment as a result.

Learn more about the NH Tap MainFrame™ Whole House Water Filtration System.

Whole-home water filtration systems for well water

The NH Tap Absolute™ Well Water Filtration System consists of a range of specialized filtration units meticulously selected to eliminate the contaminants commonly present in well water. Each Absolute™ unit in the system focuses on a specific contaminant, guaranteeing extended system longevity and exceptional value for clean water.

Explore our NH Tap Absolute™ Well Water Filtration System for private wells.

Water softeners

Experience the finest water quality for all your household requirements with our tailor-made whole-house water softening system. It includes backup power and computerized softener distribution to deliver top-notch water for cleaning, bathing, and drinking.

Explore our NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener.

Reverse osmosis systems

Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification technique that utilizes a semi-permeable membrane to efficiently eliminate unwanted contaminants and larger particles from your drinking water, resulting in a significantly enhanced taste and cleaner water.

Explore our NH TAP Reverse Osmosis System.

Helping the Deerfield community with cleaner water.

Contact us today to get a free water test and water filtration system quote.

Ensure that you and your loved ones are safe and healthy with the best water filtration systems in Deerfield- schedule your free water test with NH Tap today!