METALLIC-TASTING

WATER

There may be a number of reasons why your water has a metallic taste.  Trace amounts of iron, manganese, zinc, and copper are common water contaminates that produce metallic water taste.

Low pH (potential Hydrogen) levels can also cause metallic tasting water. Understand that pH levels are a measure of acidity or alkaline qualities.  Water is considered acidic when pH levels register significantly below 7 on a standard pH scale though, however the normal range is 6.5 to 8.5.

A water analysis will determine what is in your water and guide our professional filter installer team in recommending lasting solutions.  We provide water sample kits which you can then deliver to Granite State Analytical (our preferred laboratory) or another water testing facility in New Hampshire or Maine.  Contact us today at 603-323-7924 to begin solving your low pH and metallic water taste issues.

"SOAPY" DEPOSITS ON WATER FIXTURES, DISHES, & LAUNDRY
BROWN/RED STAINING IN SINKS & TUBS
PINK "SLIMY" STAINS
ROTTEN EGG ODOR, CORRODED PLUMBING, POOR TASTING WATER
PARTICLES & SEDIMENTS FLOATING IN WATER
BLACK STAINS | MANGANESE
RED/GREEN STAINS ON FIXTURES AND LAUNDRY | CORRODED PIPES (LOW PH)
METALLIC WATER TASTE
LIGHT "TEA" COLORED WATER | POOR TASTE
SALTY TASTING WATER
ARSENIC IN BEDROCK WELLS
RADON GAS
URANIUM
Fluoride
NH DES FACT SHEET
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