Water quality can vary from house to house. Even if you do not suspect that your water is contaminated, testing your private well is important to ensure your water is safe and healthy to drink. Klein Water Solutions provides a variety of water tests and solutions to your unique water problems. Our water testing is fast and convenient. Our report shows a detailed analysis of your home's results, as well as the state recommended action levels for the specifics being tested.
Call us at 1-844-262-4909 or click below to schedule your water test.
Testing your well water is an important step for any homeowner. Well water testing will allow you to find out whether specific contaminants or pollutants are present in your water, if you need a filter or another type of water treatment, and establish a baseline for comparing future test results.
All of this information is crucial to preserving your water's cleanliness and safety. Well water testing will ensure that the water in your home meets all standards for health and quality.
You know that well water testing is important, but how often does it need to be done? The smart thing to do is test your well water every year to ensure the water is potable, or suitable for drinking. This includes full-service water treatment system solutions.
Well water testing is also a good idea after repair or replacement of your well, pump or water pipes to ensure that no hazardous materials entered the well during the work. It's also necessary to test if you are planning a pregnancy or if you have a child under 6 years old, and testing for fluoride every five years is needed if you have a child under 12 years old.
We follow drinking water criteria set by the state. If water testing shows chemicals in your water that are higher than the action level set by the state, we will filter the water to remove problem chemicals and provide any other necessary water conditioning and water treatment solutions.
Contact us today to schedule your well water test and we will provide you with a free estimate to treat your water.