Water is at the heart of everyday life. Whether hydrating, showering, cleaning or cooking, it’s an essential player and one that should be absolutely free of contamination. But it isn’t always.
As many New Hampshire residents have discovered, water from the tap is not necessarily pure and may contain harmful chemicals, metals, or bacteria. Government regulations and treatments are available for public water sources, but homeowners must also take initiative, whether using city or well water, to ensure their water is safe.
Water quality in the Hampton Falls, NH area.
Hampton Falls is a beautiful seaside town, and it’s also one that takes water quality seriously. In 2007, they launched the Aquifer Protection District (APD) and enacted regulations to deter the possibility of groundwater pollution. For instance, storing road salt outside or installing underground gasoline tanks are prohibited where there is a major aquifer. These sites constitute the Aquifer Protection Districts and are the town’s water sources.
These precautions reduce the likelihood that pollution will occur, helping protect Hampton Falls residents. But, as we’ve seen throughout New Hampshire, contaminants are persistent in finding their way into water supplies, and sometimes pollute at the end of the water’s journey into your home. It’s important to take measures that protect your household’s water, and that starts with testing it.
Find out what’s in your water with our water testing services.
It’s frustrating, but true. Water contamination is often invisible. Signs such as discoloration or decreased water pressure are indicators that a repair is needed. But chemical contamination resulting from PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances), won’t be as obvious.
To know whether there are chemicals, bacteria, or other harmful compounds sneaking into your tap water, we recommend regular testing. Then, if there are any concerns, you know how to address them with the right tools. NH Tap offers free in-home or well water testing, and expert advice for filtration.
Public Water Testing
As a Hampton Falls resident, you know your community values precious natural resources and maintaining a balanced ecosystem. Local authorities have shown their commitment to protecting the town’s aquifers and your water supplies.
Still, they don’t have the capacity to do on-site testing at every home. Thankfully, you can! To find out exactly what’s flowing into your home from the municipal supply, schedule free water testing.
NH Tap professionals will guide you through potential risks and alert you to the presence of common contaminants such as:
- Bacteria (Coliform)
- Hard Water
- Acidic Water (pH)
- Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
Well Water Testing
Almost half the state population in New Hampshire is on a well water system. If you’re one of those people, you can also receive custom testing. It’s especially important because you aren’t receiving the same regulations and treatment that those on the public water systems rely on.
In the event that road salt, waste, or chemical runoff does occur and contaminates the aquifers and groundwater supplying your well, you want to know about it.
Learn more about well water testing.
PFAS Water Testing
We briefly mentioned PFAS earlier, but let’s dive a little deeper. PFAS are the chemical by-product of many modern, manufactured products with nonstick or waterproof properties. Unfortunately, if consumed, they may cause significant harm such as cancer, immune deficiencies, and hormone imbalances.
Plus, they have been found throughout New Hampshire in recent years. It’s a problem, but one you can prevent. NH Tap can run tests that specifically target PFAS so you know if filtration is necessary.
Learn more about PFAS water testing.
Get the best water treatment solution for your Hampton Falls home.
You’ve tested your water and now you know if there are PFAS, bacteria, or heavy metal contaminants. Now it’s time to use technology to your advantage. Different water filtration systems have specific targets and can be optimized for your home.
When you work with NH Tap, you get:
- Custom analysis of your water needs
- Streamlined city and well whole-home water solutions
- Easy financing options with installation, a 5-year warranty (including parts and labor), and lifetime support.
Let’s look closer at how these water filtration systems work.
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.
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 Hampton Falls 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 Hampton Falls- schedule your free water test with NH Tap today!