Cloudy, murky or grayish water is usually caused by dissolved or suspended solids which can contain bacteria or parasites, are the usual suspects for cloudy or grayish water.. This cloudy water is is also known as “turbidity.” Water can become turbid naturally from erosion and storms or from man-made disturbances such as construction and urban runoff.
The turbidity of your water can range from low to high. Even if your water looks clear, it could still contain a high level of dissolved solids. That’s why, whether your water is turbid or not, we recommend you have it tested.
If you’re concerned about the cloudiness or turbidity of your water supply,
contact us for a free, in-home water analysis and plumbing audit. We’ll get you reliable facts you can act on with confidence, and give you dependable, cost effective options if your water needs treatment.