Essential to proper functioning for digestive and circulatory systems, as well as temperature regulation, nutrient transport, and detoxification, pure drinking water is not something to take lightly.

As New Hampshire residents have found, their tap water is not guaranteed to be pure and may harbor harmful chemicals, metals, or bacteria. Homeowners, whether relying on city or well water, must proactively take steps to guarantee the safety of their water.

Water quality in the Greenland, NH area.

For residents of Greenland, NH, water quality concerns have been a familiar topic in recent years. Due to fears that a local landfill has become a source of groundwater pollution, the conversation surrounding water quality has already begun.

As with most towns, Greenland has residents who rely on different water sources. For some, water is supplied by the municipal system while for others, water is channeled from wells filled with groundwater. In either case, contamination is possible.

If you’re worried about the quality of your tap water, we recommend testing your water for possible contaminants and exploring filtration options. Landfill toxicity is just one of many threats that may be affecting your water quality.

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

It’s an unfortunate reality–water contamination is frequently imperceptible. Signs like discoloration or reduced water pressure serve as indicators for necessary repairs. However, chemical contamination caused by PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) may not be as readily apparent. 

To determine the presence of chemicals, bacteria, or other potentially harmful compounds in your tap water, we advocate for regular testing. By doing so, you can identify any concerns and address them appropriately with the right tools. NH Tap provides in-home or well water testing in Greenland along with expert advice on filtration.

Public Water Testing

Is your water sourced from the city rather than a private well? If so, your water undergoes testing and treatment to adhere to the regulations mentioned earlier. Nevertheless, it doesn’t guarantee timely, in-home sampling to identify new or unusual contaminants. 

A few common examples include:

  • Bacteria (Coliform)
  • Arsenic
  • Iron
  • Manganese
  • Hard Water
  • Acidic Water (pH)
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
  • Chlorine

Also, if treated water inadvertently surpasses maximum levels, it can lead to detrimental health effects. To actively monitor your home’s water supply, public water testing is readily accessible.

Learn more about public water testing.

Well Water Testing

Conversely, individuals dependent on well water do not undergo routine water testing or treatment. Following occurrences such as floods, droughts, power outages, waste drainage problems, or pipe deterioration, well water is susceptible to contamination. This could involve the presence of bacteria and viruses, volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), or heavy metals. 

Regardless of the potential threat, be informed so that you can implement measures to eradicate their presence in your everyday surroundings.

Learn more about well water testing.

PFAS Water Testing

We touched on PFAS briefly before, but let’s delve into it further. PFAS are the chemical byproducts of numerous manufactured items from fire extinguisher foam to nonstick pans, and can lead to substantial harm if ingested by humans and animals. So far, it’s been linked to issues like high cholesterol, thyroid disorders, and some cancers. 

Furthermore, PFAS have been detected across various locations in New Hampshire. While it poses a challenge, it’s one that can be mitigated. NH tap can conduct tests specifically designed to identify PFAS, providing you with the information needed to determine next steps.

Learn more about PFAS water testing.

Get the best water treatment solution for your Greenland home.

Having undergone water testing, you now have insights into the presence of chemicals, bacteria, or heavy metal contaminants. It’s time to leverage technology to your benefit. Water filtration systems are available in Greenland, NH, and can be tailored to your household needs.

Whole-home water filtration systems for public water

The NH Tap MainFrame™ Whole House Water Filtration System utilizes smart purification techniques to automatically capture chemicals and metals. Employing advanced 3-stage filtration technology, this system efficiently handles a range of contaminants. Its sealed design guarantees that harmful substances cannot bypass the filter, ensuring the delivery of purified water throughout your home environment.

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 comprises a variety of carefully chosen specialized filtration units designed to effectively remove the typical contaminants found in well water. Each Absolute™ unit within the system is dedicated to addressing a specific contaminant, ensuring prolonged system durability and outstanding value in providing clean water.

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

Water softeners

Experience top-quality water for all your household needs with our customized whole-house water softener system, featuring backup power and computerized softener distribution. Enjoy the finest water for cleaning, bathing, and consumption.

Explore our NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener.

Reverse osmosis systems

Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification method that employs a semi-permeable membrane to effectively remove undesirable contaminants and larger particles from your drinking water. The outcome is a noticeably improved taste and cleaner water.

Explore our NH TAP Reverse Osmosis System.

Helping the Greenland 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 Greenland- schedule your free water test with NH Tap today!