How Safe is Your Well Water?
Accurate Well Water Testing by Professionals
WHY is This Important to you?
Because these bacteria can build up on your water pipes, filters, and water softener. Also, they can form a sulfur gas that smells like rotten eggs.
The “Bang-for-the-Buck” Water Test for Well Owners
Minimum of 150 Targeted Parameters
Plus a Library Lookup for Non-targeted Volatile Organic Compounds if Present (the Library contains over 250,000 additional compounds!)1
You Need to Take Control
As a well owner you, and only you, have the responsibility to maintain the safety and quality of your drinking water. The EPA recommends that well owners test their well water annually. If you find that you have any contaminants in your well water, you can then treat for those specifically. Once you do that, you know that your tap water is safe and good tasting for you and for your family.
The presence of contaminants in well water can lead to adverse health effects, including:
- Gastrointestinal illness,
- Reproductive problems, and neurological disorders.
- Infants, young children, pregnant women, the elderly, and people whose immune systems are compromised because of AIDS, chemotherapy, or transplant medication, may be especially susceptible to illness from some contaminants.
Water Testing Can be Costly
When you want to test your drinking water to make sure it’s safe, you’ll either try to test it yourself or find a lab that can do it for you
While you can test for some contaminants yourself…
…you need to rely on a professional lab to test for volatile organic compounds and non-common toxic metals and other inorganic chemicals.
Most local labs are very qualified to give you accurate results, however…
- They charge for each contaminant or parameter you want to have tested.
- This can cost you several hundred dollars.
- If you have them come to your property to draw the water samples, it adds to the overall testing cost.
There Has to be a Better Way and There is…
- Our tests are priced based on a fixed set of contaminants or parameters.
- By standardizing our tests to a specific set of parameters, we save on setup time.
- As a result, our testing process runs like a well-oiled machine
- We minimize our overhead because we control the costs.
We pass these savings onto you.
We have highly qualified and experienced lab technicians using state-of-the-art test equipment who have performed over 65,000 drinking water tests. This has enabled us to determine, with a high level of confidence, which parameters, in particular, have the greatest probability of showing up in drinking water sources. If you have a problem with one of these parameters and you treat for it, you are also treating for other related contaminants that are not explicitly being tested for.
Our ‘Bang-for-the-Buck’ Well Water Test, covers 150 health-related contaminants known to cause various cancers and damage the nervous and immune systems.
- 8 Pathogenic Bacteria (you test for bacteria—see why here)
- 1 Slime-forming Iron-related Bacteria
- 85 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
- 62 Essential Elements and Heavy Metals & Inorganic Chemicals
Why did we choose to test for this specific set of parameters, we call “Essential Indicators”? Learn why by clicking the button below…
Once you place your order, we ship you a kit that contains water vials and detailed instructions. You simply fill the vials with water and send them back to us using regular mail.
Once we receive your water sample back in our lab it takes about 10 to 15 business days to run the battery of tests and email (or fax) the results to you.
You will test for Pathogenic bacteria (CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE) because it’s a much better way than sending the sample back to the lab for testing—bacteria have a short holding time and are sensitive to changes in temperature. We provide you with a simple way to do this test yourself.
That’s all there is to it!
How much does this cost?
The total cost, including postage both ways*, is only $169
1 If the volatile organic testing performed on our mass spectrometer identifies the presence of what are called ‘non-targeted’ compounds, we then conduct a search for these compounds. We do this by matching the non-targeted compounds against a database of over 250,000 compounds published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Think of this as a ‘facial recognition’ search where the shape of un-targeted compounds found by the mass spectrometer are compared to those in the library.
That means our “Bang-for-the-Buck” water test evaluates your drinking water for 150 targeted contaminants PLUS a library search, if warranted, for additional non-targeted contaminants.
To be perfectly honest, we very rarely find any non-targeted compounds that warrant a search. That’s why we DO NOT add any of these ‘ghost’ parameters to our total parameter count.
If you decide you do not want to have your water tested and wish to return the test kit, unopened, within the first 30 days of ordering the test kit, we will refund your purchase price, less a 10% restocking fee.