City and Municipal Water Testing

City and Municipal Water Testing

It's a long journey from origin to tap. Test your city water to ensure it has arrived contaminant free.

Not sure which test to buy?

Not sure which test to buy?

Take our short quiz to find out!

Take our short quiz to find out!

City/Municipal Testing Water

City and Municipal Water Testing

Not sure which test to buy?

Not sure which test to buy?

Take our short quiz to find out!

Take our short quiz to find out!

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Still not sure which test to buy?

Take a moment to walk through our quick quiz, and we’ll give you the best recommendations to suit your specific needs.

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You can also call us at:

1-800-628-5490

8AM - 6PM EST

question help

Still not sure which test to buy?

Take a moment to walk through our quick quiz, and we’ll give you the best recommendations to suit your specific needs.

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You can also call us at:

1-800-628-5490

8AM - 6PM EST

question help

Still not sure which test to buy?

Take a moment to walk through our quick quiz, and we’ll give you the best recommendations to suit your specific needs.

cellphone light blue

You can also call us at:

1-800-628-5490

8AM - 6PM EST

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Find the water test you need.

Not sure which test you should buy? You’re just a few

quick clicks away from complete clarity. 

water quiz test

Find the water test you need.

Not sure which test you should buy? You’re just a few

quick clicks away from complete clarity. 

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Soil Testing

Get the Dirt on Your Soil

Have a vegetable garden, a prize flower garden, or just looking to grow a green, healthy lawn?

We’ve got your test! At Element Certified, we not only know water, but we know soil too. We’ve got you covered.

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All about city and municipal water systems.

The majority of the population gets their water from the city/municipal water systems. Others can get their water from private wells or have it delivered to holding tanks (cisterns) where necessary. This tap water is drawn from a freshwater source, usually a lake, river, or stream, and treated before being pumped to our homes and businesses through various intricate pipe networks.

Most systems will include several stages of filtration to remove suspended particles, debris, and algae. Chloramine and chlorine are typically used to remove bacteria and viruses in the disinfection process and purify the water. Even with testing, natural factors can affect the way water tastes where you live, such as the change of seasons or rainfall. The taste of ground or well water even changes with the depth of the water or surface conditions.

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