Well water in Nova Scotia can have many different contaminants, minerals, and metals that can cause issues that range from being simply cosmetic, to something that can damage your plumbing and pipes, to metals that can have serious long-term health effects if consumed over a long period.
Testing your well water is an essential first step in identifying and fixing these issues before they become serious. After your test, our technicians can outline solutions that will greatly reduce or eliminate these contaminants in your water to keep you and your home safe and ensure that your water is clear, safe, and delicious. Below are some of the most common problems that we see in Nova Scotia, the effects that they can have, and how we can fix them.
One of the most common issues that we see in Nova Scotia wells, hard water is the result of a calcium or magnesium buildup that can cause white staining on pipes and fixtures over time. Another common sign of hard water is a difficulty to create soap suds when cleaning or washing dishes.