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our water solution services
Whether you’re in the process of buying a home, a current homeowner or a business owner; laboratory water testing is the first step in McBride’s process of understanding your water needs.
Water System Maintenance
If you’re looking to schedule your annual service call or simply need an appointment ASAP for a troubleshoot, McBride’s Water is here to help.
For as many contaminants as there are in New Hampshire’s drinking water, there are different kinds of water purification techniques and equipment used to treat those contaminants.
Well Pump Systems
There are three primary types of well-pumping systems. To learn more about which pump system is right for you, contact McBride’s Water to help you in the decision-making process.
Well Pump Installations
McBride’s technical staff are well trained in the process of troubleshooting and replacing well pump systems.
When McBride’s Water is called to troubleshoot for a low or no water situation, we will inspect pressure tanks and test well pumps to review the state of your well pump system. We also provide inspections of well pump equipment during regularly scheduled service calls upon request.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you service systems that were installed by other companies?
Yes! We service a variety of make and models outside of our preferred manufacturers. To schedule a service call for your system, please contact us today by calling 603.736.4470
What does your free water test include?
How often should residential water be tested?
NHDES recommends that all homeowners with private wells get their well water tested every three to five years. Some common contaminants have no taste, odor, or color. The only way to know whether they are present, and at what levels, is to have the water tested.
What are the most common water problems in New England?
For comprehensive write-ups on the most common New Hampshire water issues, please see our New England water issues page.
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A new report by the non-profit Environmental Working Group and Northeastern University finds people in nearly every state in the country are exposed to unhealthy drinking water. According to the researchers, 43 states have locations, including drinking water sites,...
When you shower or wash your hands, your skin comes into prolonged contact not only with tap water, but also any of the contaminants inside of that water. Some of these contaminants, such as the minerals found in hard water, can affect the look, feel and overall...
All tap water comes from some body of water outdoors, whether that's a lake, a river or an underground water supply. When it rains, those water supplies can be contaminated by the rainwater that flows into them. This rainwater is known as storm runoff, and it can be a...