Is there anything I can do to protect my family from arsenic and lead in ground water? - Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions, Answered by The Plumbing Expert.

Frequently Asked Questions


 

Is there anything I can do to protect my family from arsenic and lead in ground water?

09 Jan, 2020 | Return|

Regional testing continues to reveal ground water contaminants of all kinds. Even municipal water supplies are not immune to treatment failures or accidental contamination. Your best safeguard against contaminants is a point-of-use water treatment system. Not all systems, however, remove the same contaminants.

Related

What is the proper way to plunge a bathtub drain?

A bathtub drain is difficult to clear if you have a trip lever because as you plunge the water could...

Read More >

I have a clogged toilet, what should I do?

The household plunger is frequently the first defense mechanism used to unclog a toilet. Before usin...

Read More >

What is a sewer clean out?

A main line sewer clean out is one or two pipes that normally stick up out of the ground, usually in...

Read More >

What causes rattling pipes?

This problem is usually caused by the water lines not being properly secured. It can be easily fixed...

Read More >

Where should I have the tankless water heater installed?

Our tankless water heaters are so small that you can have them installed just about anywhere in your...

Read More >

What is the purpose of a well storage tank?

Well pumps are not designed to run continuously, and they don’t operate each time you use a fa...

Read More >