Committed to the Purity of New Hampshire’s Water
Water treatment services at your New Hampshire home or industrial facility help ensure the water you drink, bathe or cook with, and simply use day in and day out is clean, safe, and healthy for you and your family. Impurities can exist in any type of well, whether private or municipal, so it is crucial to have the proper systems in place to prevent bacteria, chemicals, and other types of contaminants from infecting your water.
Some contaminants, such as coliform, radon, iron, and arsenic, among others, are dangerous for human and animal consumption. Arsenic and radon, for example, are found naturally in groundwater and bedrock. Because these contaminants are so commonly found in New Hampshire, the state recommends annual testing of private wells, while an elected government official typically manages the water treatment of public municipal systems.
Other contaminants are not necessarily harmful, but may cause problems such as foul odor or bitter taste. While the public municipal systems are managed by the state, homeowners with private wells are responsible for their own water treatment and testing.
Water treatment can be a complex and confusing process. Which process is right for your water? What are the differences between a reverse osmosis water filter and an ultraviolet filter, and why do those differences matter? Should you install a point-of-use water treatment system or a point-of-entry system? What is the best way to treat iron contamination?
Let Capital Well’s Clean Water professionals clear up the confusion and clean up your water.
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Water is our life; our water treatment systems and processes can enhance the quality of yours. As lifelong New Englanders dedicated to community and comfort, we take pride in helping provide the best water services to New Hampshire families.
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For well water testing to help keep your systems clean and clear of contaminants, call (800) 924-1192 today, or fill out the form on this page and one of our clean water professionals will contact you to arrange a water test.