We’ve all heard that having quality water in your home is important. But what does it mean? Water quality is the condition of the water, and it measures if it is safe to drink or use in your home. It takes many factors into consideration.
Some of the important ones include chemicals, biologic components, and the physical make up. Having poor water quality can put you and your family at risk for health problems. If you notice your water is dirtier or smellier than usual, talk to the pros at Harwich Port Heating and Cooling.
At Harwich Port Heating and Cooling, we offer many services to help improve your home’s water quality, If you start noticing your water is colored or smelly, or if you keep getting sick for no reason, have us check out your water quality.
We promise to give you the following services with each call:
- 24-hour Emergency Services
- 100% Customer Satisfaction
- Phones Answered by Our Own Staff
- Have Your Home Treated Like Our Own
- Clean Uniforms, Booties and Drop Cloths
- Skilled and Trained Technicians
To best help you with your home’s water quality, we will need you to answer a few questions.
When you call to schedule an appointment to have your water quality checked, be able to answer the following questions:
- What is the problem and where is it located?
- Do you need help with a repair or an installation?
- What is your availability?
- How can we make the service call convenient for you?
- What is the model/serial number (if applicable)?
We ask these questions to help provide the best service for you and your home. We want to make sure we are prepared and have the right parts to fix your problem.
We are here to answer all your plumbing, heating, and cooling needs. We can test your water quality and fix whatever is causing poor water quality in your home. We can also make recommendations to preserve your home’s water quality in the future.
Don’t leave your home’s water quality to chance. We want to help you stay safe and protected all year round. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment to check your home’s water quality.