Diagnose Your Water

Is there something “not-right” with your water? If your water smells like rotten eggs, leaves spots and stains, or tastes metallic, you may have a water quality problem. If you have one indication or several, or whether you have not noticed any water problems. If you want to find out for sure, you need to diagnose your water.

If you have any questions after you diagnose your water, sign up for our FREE home water testing. Water World Representatives are qualified to perform an easy and in-home water test and will recommend the right solution – whether it is hard water treatment or a remedy for another water issue.

Diagnose your water online in order to identify
and confirm your water quality problems.

Enter the required contact details below and select the NEXT button below, then answer the following 12 easy questions, which describe symptoms of various water quality problems, we will immediately email you the results of the Water Worlds FREE Online Water Diagnosis! When you diagnose your water online you will receive a detailed report providing tips and more details explaining the symptoms you show a concern about, meanwhile you will be taken to Water World’s prescription for your water quality problems.

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Online Water Diagnosis


Is your water cloudy?

Cloudy, murky or grayish water is usually caused by dissolved or suspended solids. You may even notice dirt or sediments. This is also known as “turbidity” and can clog pipes and faucets and cause staining.

Does your water taste or smell like Chlorine?

If your water smells or tastes of chlorine, you have dry eyes or skin, or if your eczema seems worse when you use your water, chlorine removal will help.

Does your water smell unpleasant like rotten eggs?

Hydrogen Sulfide removal is easily accomplished with a Sulfur Block.

Do you have any of the following issues?

Cloudy or water spots on glassware? Dry skin or hair? Soap scum and clogged pipes? Softening your water will help.

Was your Home built before 1986?

Lead is typically found in water due to the corrosion of lead from solder and piping in older homes. Lead can cause developmental delays, kidney damage, and high blood pressure.

Do you or you family members have frequent bouts with diarrhea or gastroenteritis?

Coliform bacteria can cause diarrhea or Gastroenteritis. Symptoms may not always present themselves. Some individuals may be more susceptible to Coliform bacteria than others.

Do you smell any strange odor associatied with your water?

Chemicals (VOCs) in water can produce a sweet, pleasant odor, or the taste or smell of gasoline or solvents in your water. Chemicals may also cause skin and/or mucus membrane irritation.

Have you or a family member recently been on medication?

Both prescribed and over the counter pharmaceuticals and their metabolites can be found in wastewater. The improper disposal of medication can also introduce pharmaceuticals into aquifers that supply our wells.

Do you have brownish to black stains in sinks, toilets and tubs?

Manganese can leave brownish stains similar to iron and cause black discoloration, Manganese also reacts with bleach to cause stains on laundry.

Do you have blueish-green stains on fixtures, tubs and toilets?

The telltale signs of low pH are bluish-green stains on fixtures, tubs and toilets. Low pH can also cause a metallic taste.

Dos you water leave reddish-brown stains on sinks, toilets and tubs?

If your water is reddish, comes out clear but leaves reddish-brown stains in sinks, toilets, and tubs or tastes metallic, you probably have excess iron.

Does your water come from a well?

Wells should be tested annually for nitrates, especially in areas where fertilizers are commonly used. An estimated 1.5 million people annually are potentially exposed to nitrates from rural domestic wells.

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