Well water testing

Have you ever wondered how much water you have in your well or what is in the water that your drink everyday? Glaser Water Services can help you get answers to those questions with our well water testing.

 

WHY SHOULD YOU TEST YOUR WELL WATER?

  • Well Water Testing | Glaser Water ServicesYou should feel confident that your well water is safe to drink and acceptable for other household uses. Regular testing will provide you with assurances that your water does not contain unacceptable levels of contaminants that may be harmful to your health and the health of your family.
  • There may be known or suspected well water contamination in your area. Regular testing can help you to observe changes in water quality over time and identify problems before they negatively affect your water supply and health.  Even if you currently have a safe water supply, periodic testing  can establish a record of your water quality over time which can be useful in solving problems that may occur in the future and in obtaining compensation if someone damages your water supply.
  • Even if your well water appears to be problem-free, it may not necessarily be acceptable to drink. The cause of recurrent incidences of waterborne illness may go undetected when your water shows no obvious signs of contamination. Regular testing can help you identify the presence of contaminants in your water that may otherwise go unnoticed.
  • Some members of your household may  be more likely to experience harmful health effects from contaminants in your well water. Infants and young children, people with weakened immune systems, pregnant women, and the elderly are particularly vulnerable to water contamination. It is especially important to test your water regularly if any of these individuals are living in your household.

What do we test for?

  • Lead
  • Nitrates (nitrate/nitrite)
  • Arsenic
  • Bacteria
  • VOCs
  • Heavy metals
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