Water Quality Test

Safe and clean drinking water is essential for every home and family. Our Water Quality Test is designed to assess the quality of your water and ensure it’s free of harmful pollutants and contaminants (depending on the test you have) such as bacteria, heavy metals, and chemicals that when ingested pose potential health risks. By partnering with accredited laboratories to thoroughly analyze your water quality, we can provide you with valuable insights and recommendations to ensure a healthy and reliable water source for your home.

1.2 Trillion+

Gallons of untreated waste pollute U.S. water.

7.15 Million

Cases of waterborne diseases in the U.S. each year.

50%+ of Rivers and Lakes

Do not meet the water quality standards for various uses.

Water getting filled in a glass from the tap
Drink Safe Water

Ensure you are getting crystal-clear water quality at home.

Why Get a Water Quality Test with WIN?

Water quality should be tested regularly. Many Americans are unaware of the hidden contaminants and potential health risks associated with their water supply. While while-home filtration systems or water filter attachments are a great way to help purify your water supply, you should still have your water tested regularly to ensure that the filters are working properly and your drinking water is safe.

Benefits of Water Quality Test

Identify Harmful Contaminants: Detect pollutants, bacteria, chemicals, and run off in your drinking water that can impact your health.
Protect Against Disease: Protect your family from contracting waterborne diseases and experiencing potential long-term health risks.
Prevent Property Damage: Timely detection of contaminants can help prevent corrosion, staining, and damage to plumbing fixtures and appliances.
Promote Environmental Responsibility: By monitoring your water quality, you contribute to the conservation and protection of our water resources.

How Does a Water Quality Test Work?

During a Water Quality Test with WIN Home Inspection, our inspectors conduct a thorough assessment of your water supply to ensure its safety and purity.

Water Quality Test by WIN Home Inspector


Collect Water Samples

Our trained professionals collect water samples from your faucets.



Send to Labs for Testing



Analyze the Results


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Absolutely. Water quality testing is crucial for both septic tank and private well owners to ensure the safety and purity of their drinking water.
Common contaminants include bacteria, heavy metals, pesticides, nitrates, chlorine, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). There are different water quality tests available to help identify specific contaminants in the home's water supply.
Yes, your water quality can change over time due to various factors. It is important to conduct periodic testing to ensure ongoing water safety, especially if any changes occur in the water source or surrounding environment. Environmental events, such as heavy air pollution, can affect water sources and negatively affect your water quality.
It is recommended to test your water quality at least once a year for private well owners and follow local guidelines for municipal water users. More frequent testing may be necessary if you experience changes in taste, odor, or color of the water.
To enhance your water quality, consider installing water treatment systems like filtration, disinfection, or water softeners. Regular maintenance of plumbing fixtures and appliances, along with proper disposal of hazardous substances, also contributes to better water quality.
While not always mandatory, conducting water quality testing before selling your property demonstrates transparency and helps assure potential buyers of the water's safety. It can also provide valuable information for negotiation and peace of mind. Some housing loan types, like FHA, USDA, and VA, require water quality testing.
If water quality issues are detected during testing, addressing them prior to listing your property can be beneficial. Installing appropriate treatment systems and addressing plumbing concerns can help enhance the water quality and appeal of your home. Consult a licensed plumber or water treatment professional.