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Since the Flint, Michigan water crisis, attention has been drawn to drinking water from treatment facilities through your tap. In Flint, high levels of lead and low levels of chlorine led to many irreparable health issues. However, lead and unhealthy drinking water are not isolated to...

How to know if your well pump or pressure tank is bad. Common Indicators Pressure Tank Fluctuating Water Pressure (Check pressure gauge)Water-Logged Pressure Tank How to check to see if your pressure tank is waterlogged Knock on the pressure tank below and above the bladder or roughly 4" from...

The Harmful Health Effects of Iron in Drinking Water & How to Remove Them Water Test Kit Clear looking water does not mean it does not contain unhealthy contaminants! National Water Service always tests for Iron (Ferric and Ferrous) at every service and free water quality testing...

Working with builders, installing well pumps and water treatment, is a one of the largest divisions at National Water Service.  Before discussing what water treatment the home may need, a well pump must installed.  We use both conventional and variable speed well pumps. Once the...

One of the many reasons we all love doing what we do is that each day is different. Different well pump issues, different equipment to service and most importantly, different customer requests. For this very happy new customer in Washington, DC, we installed a Reverse Osmosis...

For over 40 years, National Water Service has been a Leader throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region for all things Water Treatment, Water Testing, and Well Pump related.