Bordered by the great Atlantic Ocean, Hampton, NH is a town familiar with water—its beauty, recreation, and industry opportunities. However, residents may be less familiar with the quality of their household water supplies. Pure drinking water is critical to you and your family’s health and home maintenance. 

If you don’t know what’s in your water, or aren’t receiving regular testing services, we recommend you start now. NH Tap provides quality water testing and water filtration for residents across New Hampshire.

Water quality in the Hampton, NH area.

In a site test performed by the EWG (Environmental Working Group), 26 contaminants were discovered in Hampton’s water supplies. Although all were below legal limits, 16 of the contaminants were deemed unhealthy according to EWG health guidelines.

They ranged in severity. Arsenic was 626x EWG’s recommended level, whereas Dibromochloromethane was only 7.3x the recommended level. All but one were marked as health risks for cancer.

Although all contaminants met federal drinking water requirements, the EWG reminds people that just because something is legal, does not guarantee it’s safe. While there is slight variation in water quality throughout households in a town, NH Tap recommends you consistently test your home’s water supply to know exactly what you’re drinking.

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

In light of these potential risks, it’s essential to promptly arrange for water testing for both public and well water. Taking this proactive measure can minimize the likelihood of future health issues. 

Public Water Testing

Does your water come from the city rather than a private well? In that case, your water is being tested and treated in order to meet those previously mentioned regulations. That’s good news! However, that doesn’t mean your water is always sampled in time or at the right location to detect new or unusual contaminants.

Furthermore, in the event that treated water accidentally exceeds maximum levels, there are potential adverse health effects. To closely monitor your home’s water supply, public water testing is available.

Learn more about public water testing.

Well Water Testing

On the other hand, residents relying on well water do not receive regular water testing or treatment. Following events like floods, droughts, power outages, waste drainage issues, or pipe degradation, well water can become contaminated. These might include bacteria and viruses, volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), or heavy metals.

Whatever the threat, it’s better to know so that you can take steps to eliminate their presence in your daily environment.

Learn more about well water testing.

PFAS Water Testing

Finally, we come to PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances). Testing your water for these pervasive chemicals may unearth a chemical danger you didn’t know existed. For a deeper dive into what PFAS even are, read this article. But for now, it’s important to understand that they are lasting chemicals present in countless products and exposure has been linked to serious health conditions. Because they have been an ongoing issue in New Hampshire, it’s recommended that your water gets tested. If the results reveal that PFAS are an issue, we can implement a customized treatment plan to remove them.

Learn more about PFAS water testing.

Get the best water treatment solution for your Hampton home.

Now, on to water filtration systems for Hampton residents. You’ve got options! Once you understand the makeup of your home’s water supply, you can determine what will work best to filter out any unwanted contaminants. If you choose to work with one of our experts, NH Tap can offer you:

  • A custom analysis of your water with expert interpretation.
  • Whole-home water filtration solutions for well water.
  • Options for water softener and a reverse osmosis system.
  • Easy financing options with installation, a 5-year warranty (including parts and labor), and lifetime support.

Whether attacking PFAS or natural pollutants, we’ve got you covered with the best technology and service.

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 Hampton 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- schedule your free water test with NH Tap today!