Water Testing Service

Water Testing is essential when you are buying a new home. CSE Home Inspections test your water to make sure no contaminants are present by conducting a water test that is sent to a certified laboratory. Contamination can occur for several reasons including; iron, chloride, sulfur or calcium. Public water systems are required to test and treat their water. The problem with the test the public water system does is only done on water that is currently in the treatment plant. After the water leaves the water treatment plant has to travel through pipes for several miles. This water could travel through area of pipes that are not in good condition or in disrepair, which could contain lead way before it enters your own water system.

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Get Water Testing Service & Make Sure Your Water is Safe

CSE Inspections will properly test the water in your home to make sure it is safe to consume. This is something every homeowner, buyer or seller should do if they are unsure or concerned about their water that may have an odor, color or maybe even a weird taste. system and for buyers and sellers. The EPA Safe Water Drinking act has two categories of contaminants. Contamination cab be the cause of many health related issues. The secondary contamination involves any contaminant with aesthetic effects. It is possible that your water has no evidence of primary contaminants above the limits and contains secondary contamination that gives the poor smell, color and taste. Our job is to make sure none of these have the proper tools to identify any contamination in your water system.

What we test your water for:

  • Lead
  • Copper
  • Chlorine
  • Hardness
  • pH
  • Alkalinity
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
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Avoid the health risk of CONTAMINATED WATER

The EPA Safe Water Drinking act has two categories of contaminants. The primary contamination are the contaminants that cause any health related effects. The secondary contamination involves any contaminant with aesthetic effects. It is possible that your water has no evidence of primary contaminants above the limits and contains secondary contamination that gives the poor smell, color and taste. Our job in water testing is to make sure there are no issues and provide you with test results showing that. If we do find something that is a concern we can suggest what your next steps should be and possibly recommend someone to find a solution.