Water Test Kits help determine the contaminants in your household water supply. Water test kits can help you determine the hardness of your water and the ph level of your water. Water test kits can identify chlorine, iron, nitrates, mercury, zinc, lead, and other harmful contaminants in your drinking water. See more information on water test kits below.
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My household water looks, smells, and tastes okay. Do I need to test my water and use water treatment systems?
Yes, water contaminants can have no smell, taste, or color but still can be harmful to your health. You could be drinking contaminated water and not even know it.
Doesn't the water treatment plant do water testing and take care of water problems?
Water treatment plants do not always catch everything. There are also many ways for water to get contaminated after it leaves the water treatment plant and before it reaches your house.
How might my water supply become contaminated?
There are many things that may cause water contamination of your water supply. The source of the water contamination may be near you or along the rivers and acquifers that your water travels. Here are a few things that may be near you and may cause your water to become contaminated:• Mines• Old Cemeteries• Gas Stations• Industrial Facilities• Dumps• Farm fields• Lead pipes in the home• Improper disposal of paints, motor oils, etc. on private land• Recreational use of the public water supply• Septic Systems• Acid Rain• Decaying Matter or other natural contamination• Etc.
Why do you recommend testing my water more than once?
Water contaminants can seep into groundwater and can affect your water supply. Water contaminants may come from area businesses, run-off, fertilzation, etc. The water color, taste, and smell may not change but the quality of your water may change. Well water should be tested regularly.