water testing

WATER TESTING

H2O Care can per­form water test­ing for cer­tain items on-site while oth­ers must have sam­ples pulled and brought to a cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry, com­ply­ing with max­i­mum hold­ing peri­ods, tem­per­a­ture, sam­ple sizes, and oth­er pro­to­col.

ON-SITE WATER TESTING

We can per­form water test­ing for cer­tain items on-site with indus­try stan­dard test kits and get reli­able read­ings right at your home. Based on the results, we can deter­mine whether or not a water fil­tra­tion or water soft­en­ing sys­tem is nec­es­sary to remove the unwant­ed min­er­als or con­t­a­m­i­nants. If so, we can review options with you. The on-site test can be per­formed for the fol­low­ing:

Hard­ness > Iron > pH > Total Dis­solved Solids (TDS) > Chlo­rine

WATER TESTING REQUIRING A LABORATORY

For health relat­ed con­t­a­m­i­nants such as Arsenic, Radon, Lead, Bac­te­ria, Nitrates or for more com­pre­hen­sive test­ing, we can assist you by prop­er­ly pulling water sam­ples of the right amounts, includ­ing com­ply­ing with required max­i­mum hold­ing peri­ods, tem­per­a­ture, etc. and bring them to a cer­ti­fied lab.

We have Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 test­ing lev­els (see link just below) or we can cus­tomize test­ing to your needs depend­ing on your spe­cif­ic sit­u­a­tion and rea­son for hav­ing your water test­ed. The con­t­a­m­i­nants test­ed for under each of the three Groups are iden­ti­fied in detail at the fol­low­ing link Water-Test­ing-Sheet-.  Test­ing water from a pri­vate well will require more exten­sive test­ing than water com­ing from a munic­i­pal sup­ply which has already under­gone a cer­tain lev­el of test­ing. If you are sell­ing your home with a pri­vate well, your town’s Board of Health, the buyer’s home inspec­tor or bank may dic­tate what must be test­ed for. We will assist you in deter­min­ing which Group test­ing is right for you. Once the lab results become avail­able, we can ana­lyze the report, review it with you and deter­mine if any action is required. If a water fil­tra­tion or water soft­en­ing sys­tem is required, we can review your options and deter­mine the most effec­tive approach for you.

For more infor­ma­tion on when and how often you should pull a water test and relat­ed infor­ma­tion, see the link at Water Test­ing link

PULLING YOUR OWN SAMPLES AND BRINGING THEM TO A LAB FOR TESTING

If you’d pre­fer to take sam­ples and bring them to the lab your­self, we can direct you to the near­est one for instruc­tions, etc. Once you get the results, we can ana­lyze and review them with you.

Contact us for water testing or other information by filling out the email form below and clicking on the button at bottom.

If your well is in one of the fol­low­ing regions, you may qual­i­fy for com­pli­men­ta­ry water test­ing:

  • Mass­a­chu­setts Coun­ties: Essex, Mid­dle­sex, Suf­folk, Nor­folk, Worces­ter, Bris­tol, Ply­mouth
  • New Hamp­shire Coun­ties: Rock­ing­ham, Hills­bor­ough
  • Maine: York Coun­ty

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Please indi­cate which of the fol­low­ing symp­toms you are expe­ri­enc­ing at your home.
Red/Brown stains in sinks, tub, dish­wash­er, laun­dryBrown­ish-black stain­ing in dish­wash­er and oth­er plumb­ing fix­turesGreen/Blue stains in sinks and oth­er fix­tures. Short­ened life for plumb­ing, water heaters, etcWhite Scale on pipes and fix­tures. Dif­fi­cult to make soap­suds. Hot water heaters fail­ing in less than their expect­ed use­ful lifeRot­ten Egg smell. Sil­ver tar­nish­es eas­i­lyFishy, musty, or oily smell and tasteWater appears cloudy. Faucet screens may clog fre­quent­lyI do not drink my tap waterI do not use my tap water for cook­ing, mak­ing cof­fee or relat­ed uses

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Contact Us For Free Water Testing or Any Water Quality Questions

We also pro­vide infor­ma­tion and appoint­ments for prop­er­ly pulling sam­ples for water test­ing at cer­ti­fied labs for arsenic, radon, bac­te­ria, and oth­er health-relat­ed con­t­a­m­i­nants, whether for water test­ing of well water or munic­i­pal­ly sup­plied water. Please con­tact us if inter­est­ed in this infor­ma­tion or to sched­ule an appoint­ment or if you would like fur­ther assis­tance.

Dis­claimer: H2O Care, Inc. (“H2O Care”) is not respon­si­ble for any actions tak­en or not tak­en based on the results of the water test infor­ma­tion sub­mit­ted by H2O Care.  If H2O Care  is hired to per­form ser­vices to address spe­cif­ic water qual­i­ty issues for the sub­mit­ter of this form, it does have a war­ran­ty for its work. Please con­tact us for fur­ther infor­ma­tion. H2O Care  does not take any respon­si­bil­i­ty for any actions tak­en or not tak­en based on the results of the water test infor­ma­tion sub­mit­ted by H2O Care , unless H2O Care is sub­se­quent­ly hired to per­form ser­vices to address spe­cif­ic water qual­i­ty issues for the sub­mit­ter of this form.