Well Water Testing
Well Water Testing in Kamloops And The Thompson-Okanagan Areas
Well Water Testing
Rivers Edge Inspections provides Well Water Testing in Kamloops and the Thompson-Okanagan areas.
Know that the water you drink, wash your clothes, bathe, and clean yourself in is safe, clean, and healthy. We specialize in providing fast, honest, and accurate well water testing services.
Well Water Testing is an add-on service that we provide. If you require this service to be done in addition to other inspection services that we may be providing for you, we ask that you please make a special mention that you require this service upon booking.
Should I Get My Well Water Tested?
Is my well water safe to drink? If your drinking water comes from a private well, you should get it tested by a lab to know whether the drinking water is safe for you and your family. Even if you are not getting sick, your well water may not be safe.
Some contaminants found in well water can cause long-term health problems. If your neighbor's well has been tested and found to be safe, this does not mean yours is safe.
The safety of your well water depends on surface and underground geology, the depth and construction of the well, and other factors.
Well water quality can change seasonally, over time, or upon recharge/refilling due to drought. You need to test your well water on an ongoing basis, and keep all testing results for future reference.
How Does The Water Testing Work?
The way our Well Water Testing service works is quite simple. We will visit your property where you want the water tested and collect some samples.
We will then send the samples to the lab for testing. After the results are complete, we will send you a full report.
If there are any problems with your water, we can help you find solutions to impliment.
Who Needs To Test Their Water Supply?
All water suppliers in B.C. are required to test their water regularly, including small private systems, such as restaurants or trailer parks, cooperatively owned systems, such as strata properties, and larger municipal systems owned by local governments. Private Residents with a well should also test their drinking water regularly.
This water testing is conducted by qualified labs where costs are recovered through water billing. If you own a private well, you need to have your own well water tested to determine whether your water is safe to drink.
Full Potability Analysis
Total and E. Coli
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)