Free Water Test For Your Home or Business
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Annual well water testing (and city water testing) in New Hampshire, Southern Vermont, and Southern Maine is crucial to ensuring the water in your home or your business is safe and free from contaminants.
Our FREE water test includes:
- Testing iron
- Testing manganese
- Testing hardness
- Testing TDS (total dissolved solids)
- Water system inspection
- Well head inspection (if applicable)
If you would like us to add-on Arsenic, Radon, PFOA, MTBE, or any other tests, please note this in the form below or when you call to schedule your free water test and we will tell you what the cost will be.
Why is Water Testing Important?
Many minerals and chemicals such as radon, arsenic, and chlorine are invisible to the naked eye. While the presence of excess iron, for example, is noticeable because it presents a foul odor and metallic taste, some other contaminants are completely odorless and tasteless. In other words, when it comes to the purity of your water, you cannot always trust your senses. You can, however, rely on the clean water professionals at Capital Well who have the experience and expertise necessary to test your well water for contaminants of all types. But we don’t stop there. The purity of New Hampshire’s water is our primary concern, and we’re dedicated to providing only the best, most reliable water treatment services to help your family stay healthy and happy.
Why Capital Well for Your Water Test?
Many homeowners and property owners assume the role of water testing themselves, using kits that can be found in hardware stores and online. This can be dangerous, as most kits are incapable of testing for every possible impurity in you water systems. Further, once impurities are found, the process of finding the root cause of contamination is a complex process that requires professionals who are well versed in advanced water treatment and testing techniques.
Whether you use a well or your home is on a public water system, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services also recommends annual well water testing, while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest a general well check every spring to make sure there are no mechanical problems that might allow contaminants into your water.
Schedule Your Free Water Test Today!
For well water testing to help keep your systems clean and clear of contaminants, call (800) 924-1192 today, or fill out the form on this page and one of our clean water professionals will contact you to arrange for your free water test.