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Water Report and Get Your Water Tested for FREE
Test My Water provides free water tests for homeowners in Gulf Stream. Apply below for scheduling or feel free to call 888-205-3120 with any questions.
Harmful Chemicals Found in Gulf Stream Drinking Water
Below is a list of some of the harmful chemicals found in the Gulf Stream water report. Please click the "View Your
City's Report" underneath to review the full report. Because
contaminate levels vary depending on location, Test My Water will
provide a water test right from your home. The in home test will
typically focuses on the same contaminants found in your city's
water test such as Chlorine, Lead, Arsenic, Nitrates and others.
Levels of Copper were Detected!
Short-term exposure to copper can cause gastrointestinal distress. Long- term exposure can cause liver or kidney damage.
The long term effects of chlorinated drinking water have just recently being recognized. According to the U.S. Council Of Environmental Quality, “Cancer risk among people drinking chlorinated water is 93% higher than among those whose water does not contain chlorine.”
In children, low levels of exposure have been linked to damage to the central and peripheral nervous system, learning disabilities, shorter stature, impaired hearing, and impaired formation and function of blood cells.
Yes, it's really free. Test My Water collects your local city's EPA required water test and match it against a free in home water test performed by a Test My Water local partner. We then share this data with local homeowners, municipalities and businesses in the clean water industry with the goal of creating awareness and being a catalyst towards solutions to the current water crisis that many in the US are facing.
Test My Water provides free water test for local homeowners (must be in TMW coverage area)
Water tests are completed on site by a TMW local partner (a local certified clean water company)
To get a Free test the Homeowner must allow Test My Water to share water results (We share on our website and on Facebook)
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The contaminates listed above are a sample of the contaminants found in the city water report. We recommend downloading the city report to see a full list of contaminants and the level of these contaminates. Having the contaminate highlighted on this page or in the city report does not indicate that the contaminate is above the EPA approved level. We recommend matching the level in the city report with EPA approval levels that should be displayed in the city water report.
Call us to schedule a free water test or if you have any questions.