If you have a noticeable problem with your water or need it tested for any reason just give us a call and we'll take care of everything. Most of our testing is completely free and you will get the results intermediately.
Well Water Testing
If the water for your home or business is supplied by well water it's important to have it tested for several reasons:
• You have noticed the water tastes or smells bad
• You have notice staining on your sinks, tubs and fixtures
• You have notice appliances like dishwashers and hot water heaters are being damaged by the water.
In all of these cases our free water testing service can help you identify exactly what the problem is. This will allow us to explain what your options are for treatment.
Even if your water tastes good and you don't notice any specific problems it's a good idea to have your water tested. A very high percentage of wells in Colorado contain detectable levels of Uranium and Radon Gas both of which can be very harmful to your health.
When we make recommendations to use specific filters and treatment options we also offer a money back guarantee that it will work as described so it's important to start with testing to know exactly what is in your water.
Shallow Wells and Cisterns
Some homes in Colorado have shallow wells which often have different problems than deep wells. Shallow wells are easily contaminated from surface water so bacteria contamination is the main issue. Other contamination from run off chemical and fertilizers can also be a problem. If a shallow well tests negative for bacteria one day it doesn't mean it won't become contaminated in the future.
Underground cisterns also have a similar problem. Usually when they are new and installed correctly the risk of contamination is less. As cisterns age they can crack or the seals can break making them susceptible to contamination from water runoff, insects and small animals like mice and snakes. One customer had three dead mice and a dead snake in their cistern and they had no idea. Even above ground cisterns are susceptible to contamination from the air. As the water level in the cistern rises and lowers air from outside enters and exits the cistern bringing in airborne bacteria that can breed in the water. With any cistern it's a good idea to have it tested and consider a Ultraviolet light or other form of disinfection to protect you if it does become contaminated.
Free Water Testing
Our basic testing option is completely free and is typically done on site while you watch. We can also accept water samples in the mail, and fax or email the results. Our free testing covers all the basics that will diagnose any noticeable problem you are having including bad tastes, stains, smells, mineral build up and corrosion. To do this we test for: Total Dissolved Solids, pH, Hardness, Iron, Hydrogen Sulfide, and a few additional items if needed.
Getting your water tested is easy, just give us a call and set up an appointment and we'll take care of the rest. (303) 938-1833
Water Purification Specialists offers several testing option depending on what your needs are.
Often this free testing is enough but sometimes we will recommend additional testing for Bacteria, Uranium and Radon. These tests need to send off to a lab in which case you will need to cover the lab fees.
If you want an extremely detailed report we work with several labs that can provide an in-depth breakdown of the specific minerals, heavy metals and chemical contamination that could be in your water.
We also offer custom testing packages for your business if there is something special that you need.
Call us now to set up an appointment or ask further questions (303) 938-1833
We offer our water testing services throughout colorado with some service limited to the following areas: Boulder, Denver, Louisville, Lafayette, Longmont, Nederland, Broomfield, Westminster, Lakewood, Estes Park, Allenspark, Jamestown, Lyons, Niwot, Erie, Black Hawk, Superior, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Thornton, Brighton, Golden, Idaho Springs, Evergreen, Conifer, Englewood, Aurora, Parker, Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch