Well Water Testing

Well Water Testing

Testing your well's water quality on a regular basis is an important part of maintaining a safe and reliable source. Our test packages provide all required materials to properly collect and submit a water sample for certified laboratory testing with detailed analysis.

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Well Water Testing

Well Water Testing

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Not sure which test to buy?

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Still not sure which test to buy?

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You can also call us at:

1-800-628-5490

8AM - 6PM EST

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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

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Find the water test you need.

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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. 

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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.

All about well water

All about well water

Private well owners are responsible for the safety of their water. Unlike tap water sourced from a public utility, well water is not regulated or treated. You want to be assured that your drinking water is clean and safe.

Therefore, you should test your well water source annually for total and fecal coliform bacteria, nitrates, total dissolved solids, and pH levels. This is especially true if a natural disaster, seasonal changes, or extreme weather occurs, which can allow contaminants to enter your private well system.

Young children, older populations, and pregnant people can be most at risk of health issues by ingesting contaminated water. Yet, by detecting well water problems early, you can address these issues before they cause damage to your health or even your plumbing.

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