Where to Get Well Water Tested

Where to Get Well Water TestedThere are different laboratories and water treatment companies where you can get your well water tested. Oftentimes, these places will send you kits, either for free or at a cost, so that you can test your water yourself. You’ll have to mail or drop off the results at the laboratory or company of your choice. Water samples are typically time sensitive and should be tested within 30 hours of being collected. After handing in your water sample, you’ll typically need to wait a few days or weeks to get your results back.

If the process above sounds too complicated or time-consuming, there’s an alternative. RainSoft, which has been an expert in water treatment since 1953, offers a complimentary in-home water hardness and drinking water test to homeowners seeking one. Instead of making you do all the work to find out what’s in your water, we’ll send one of our experts to test your well water for you. The process is easy and convenient:

  • First, call RainSoft to schedule a convenient date and time for your water test.
  • Once the appointment date arrives, one of our experts will visit your home.
  • Our representative will take a water sample from your kitchen faucet and test it right in front of you.
  • You’ll be able to know the results within a few minutes and ask any questions you may have.
  • If any problems are found with your well water, our representative will offer suggestions for how treat your water supply.

There are many reasons to choose a RainSoft water test instead of getting a kit to test your water at home. For instance, a RainSoft water test allows you to know your test results instantly, and since we send a professional to test your water in person, you can ask us questions and express any concerns you may have. Plus, while other companies may offer to send one of their representatives to test your water, it’s unlikely that they’ll have the cutting-edge technology, decades of experience, and exceptional reputation that comes with RainSoft.

To learn more about why we’re the right water treatment company for you, or to schedule your in-home water test, contact RainSoft today.