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Is Your Water Safe to Drink?

You’ve probably heard a lot about water quality in the news recently. The lead poisoning that’s happened in Flint, Michigan has made national headlines. Closer to home, residents of a neighborhood in Lake Wylie have found high levels of lead in their water. After reading these stories, it’s only natural to wonder how pure the water is in your town or neighborhood.

Our local municipalities do an excellent job of keeping our water free from lead and other contaminants. However, there are many ways for these contaminants to enter your water supply after it leaves the municipal pipes. That’s why all homeowners should take steps to monitor their personal water supplies.

Carter Quality Plumbing offers several solutions to help improve your water quality. First, we offer free water quality tests for residents of York County and Lancaster County, SC. Our technicians will collect a water sample and analyze the results. We’ll then be able to tell you what’s in your water and what effects it’s causing.

Once we have the test results, we can recommend a solution to make your water better. We sell water filtration systems from H2O Harmony. These systems remove chlorine, soften water, and filter out any unwanted substances. Customers who install water filtration systems notice that their water tastes and smells better. They also notice that food tastes better, they have softer skin and hair, and they have fewer streaks on dishes.

Behind the scenes, purified water will make your appliances (like dishwashers, water heaters, and washing machines) last longer. It will also help you avoid leaky faucets, leaky toilets, and pipe damage.

If you’re ready to have better water in your home, call Carter Quality Plumbing. We’ll schedule your free water quality test and talk to you about our water filtration systems. Call (803) 998-2270 to get started!

Carter Quality Plumbing provides plumbing and septic services for Lancaster, Rock Hill, Fort Mill, and surrounding areas of North Carolina and South Carolina. Contact us for more information!

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