When do you need a professional water analysis?

If you need assistance our Free Water Analysis for Yakima and Kittitas counties is available. 

There are times when you should seek professional assistance to ensure the water quality in your home meets the highest standards. Here are the signs we recommend paying attention to in order to decide if you need to take action and get professional help for your home drinking water.  

Unusual Taste or Odor:

One of the first indicators of potential water quality issues is a noticeable change in taste or odor. Trust your senses and if your water starts to have a strange or unpleasant taste or odor, it’s time to consult a professional. These issues could be linked to contaminants or impurities that need expert analysis for identification and proper treatment.


Discolored water, whether it appears yellow, brown, or cloudy, is a clear indication that something is amiss. Persistent discoloration may signal a significant problem like sediment buildup or contamination. We can help you pinpoint the exact issue and recommend appropriate solutions.

Changes in Skin and Hair Conditions:

If you’ve noticed changes in your skin or hair conditions, such as dryness, irritation, or unusual breakouts, it may be linked to the quality of your water. Hard water or the presence of specific minerals can impact your skin and hair health. A healthy living environment is a priority for our clients and we can help you decide if you need to take action.

Plumbing System Issues:

An increase in plumbing problems like clogs, corrosion, or leaks could be attributed to poor water quality. Mineral deposits and sediment buildup may be affecting your pipes and fixtures. Our teamcan help provide the right solutions for your water issues. 

Our Team of Water Experts Can Help

Maintaining clean and safe water in your Yakima Valley home is essential for the well-being of your family and the longevity of your plumbing system. Pay attention to the signs listed above and seek professional assistance to assess and address potential water quality issues.