Water Quality Testing

Buying a home is a dream come true, but lurking behind the fresh paint and manicured lawns can be a hidden threat: contaminated water. Don’t let your dream turn into a nightmare – safeguard your investment and your family’s health with our comprehensive FHA-approved water quality testing.

Why choose us?

  • FHA Compliance: Our testing meets all FHA requirements, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free mortgage process.
  • Thorough Analysis: We test for key contaminants like total coliform, E. coli, iron, lead, pH, turbidity, nitrate, and nitrite, giving you a complete picture of your water’s health.
  • Certified Experts: Our inspectors are trained and certified, and our lab partners are state-accredited, guaranteeing reliable and accurate results.
  • Seamless Process: Our inspector conveniently collects a sample from your home, overnighting it to the lab for speedy analysis. You’ll receive clear, easy-to-understand results, delivered straight to your inbox.
  • Unmatched Convenience: Schedule your test online and get instant access to your results via email. No waiting, no phone calls, just peace of mind at your fingertips.
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What are the signs I might need my water tested?

  • Changes in taste, smell, or color: This could indicate bacterial growth, mineral contamination, or other issues.
  • Unusual cloudiness or sediment: This could be a sign of high turbidity or other contaminants.
  • Health concerns: If you or your family experience sudden unexplained illnesses, like gastrointestinal problems, it might be linked to water quality.
  • Recent plumbing work: Major repairs or renovations could introduce contaminants into your water system.
  • Living in an older home: Older homes are more susceptible to lead and other plumbing material contamination.

Why is water quality testing important, even if my water looks and tastes fine?

Even if your water appears clear and odorless, it can still contain harmful contaminants that are invisible to the naked eye. These contaminants can come from various sources, including aging pipes, agricultural runoff, and natural deposits. Water quality testing helps identify these potential risks, ensuring you and your family are drinking safe, healthy water.