True Water Quality believes strongly in making informed, data driven decisions regarding water quality. Therefore, consultations begin with water testing. Some water testing can be completed on-site while others must have samples properly pulled and brought to a certified laboratory, complying with maximum holding periods, temperature, sample sizes, and other necessary protocols.
H20 Testing On-Site and In The Lab
Comprehensive Testing is Critical
FREE ON-SITE WATER TESTING (see service areas)
We perform water testing for certain items on-site with state of the art, digital, testing equipment. Based on these initial results, we can begin to determine what type and size system will remove the unwanted minerals or contaminants, if found in your water.
The on-site test can be performed for the following parameters:
- Free Chlorine
- Total Chlorine
- Combined Chlorine
- Total Hardness
- Total Iron
- Ferric Iron
- Ferrous Iron
- Total Alkalinity
- Nitrate (N03)
- Nitrite (N02)
Water Testing Requiring A Laboratory
For health related contaminants such as Arsenic, Radon, Lead & Bacteria we help you by properly pulling water samples of the right amounts, including complying with required maximum holding periods, temperature, etc. and bring them to a certified lab.
We will discuss with you the most appropriate set of tests to be performed by the certified lab. True Water Quality suggests using only state certified labs. True Water Quality works with Granite State Analytical Labs http://www.granitestateanalytical.com but will work with any lab of customers choosing.
Testing water from a private well will require more extensive testing than water coming from a municipal supply which has already undergone a certain level of testing. If you are selling your home with a private well, your town’s Board of Health, the buyer’s home inspector or bank may dictate what must be tested for.
Here is an example of the array of tests that Granite State Analytical can perform
Once the lab results become available, we can analyze the report, review it with you and determine if any action is required. If a water filtration or water softening system is required, we can review your options and determine the most effective approach for you.
Pulling Your Own Samples And Bringing Them To A Lab For Testing
If you’d prefer to take samples and bring them to the lab yourself, we can provide you with sample containers and instructions, etc. Once you get the results, we can analyze and review them with you.