10760 S Grass Valley Road, Winnemucca, NV 89445

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Fax 775 623 4225

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We provide customized water testing services to meet the unique needs of all of our customers. We offer testing services specifically designed to help homeowners determine the quality of their drinking water. Whether their water comes from a private well or city water supply; our expert home water testing will help you determine if the quality of your families drinking water. 

Why Should I Test My Well Water? 

Testing your private well's water quality on a regular basis is an important part of maintaining a safe and reliable source. The test results allow you to properly address the specific problems of a water supply. This will help ensure that the water source is being properly protected from potential contamination, and that appropriate treatment is selected and operating properly.

It is important to test the suitability of your water quality for its intended use, whether it be livestock watering, chemical spraying, or drinking water. This will assist you in making informed decisions about your water and how you use it.
Regular testing is important to: identify existing problems
ensure water is suitable for the intended use, especially if used for drinking by humans and animals
track changes over time
determine the effectiveness of a treatment system
The quality of a water source may change over time, even suddenly. Changes can go unnoticed as the water may look, smell, and taste the same.

Is My Water Safe To Drink?

The only way to tell if your drinking water is safe is by having it tested at a certified laboratory. Harmful bacteria, parasites, and viruses are invisible to the naked eye, so water which looks and tastes good may not necessarily be safe to drink. These microbes can exist in surface and groundwater supplies, and can cause immediate sickness in humans if not properly treated.
Certain chemical contaminants that are sometimes found in a water source can cause long term health problems that take years to develop. Frequent water testing will identify unsafe water and ensure that the treatment system is treating the water to a satisfactory level.