How Long Are Well Water Tests Good?

The length of time that well water testing results remain valid vary based on the circumstances. We know that water chemistry is always changing, so it’s important to run regular testing. At a minimum, testing every spring is good practice.

Regular Water Testing is Wise

The question, “How long are well water tests good?” is a common inquiry. Remember, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) rules that protect public drinking water systems do not apply to individual water systems, such as privately owned wells. As an individual water system owner, it is up to you to make sure that your water is safe to drink. For this reason, routine testing for a few of the most common contaminants is highly recommended. Even if you currently have a safe, pure water supply, regular testing can be valuable because it establishes a record of water quality.

If you know that you have (or previously had) an issue with your well water, you should typically run basic tests every year. This also applies if you’ve had an arsenic system put in. For most residential locations, we recommend doing comprehensive well water testing every three years just to be safe and keep your records up to date.

Request a FREE Immediate-Response Water Test

Give FONTUS a call we’ll be right out to provide a free immediate-response water test. Testing onsite, FONTUS will have immediate results to determine if there is iron, manganese, hardness, total dissolved solids (TDS), pH, alkalinity, salinity, copper, as well as a few other common water issues present in your water. 

Taking control of your water supply is easy, schedule your free water test today, call (207) 856-0066 or email to speak with Thomas Marcisso.

FONTUS Water Treatment

The expert team at FONTUS Water Treatment is based in Westbrook Maine and services Cumberland and York counties. We can help correct your home or business water supply to provide safe and healthy water for your family and/or employees. 

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