We test residential water for various contaminants.
We can do tests for curious or concerned homeowners or buyers, as well as for mortgages and refinances.
We mainly test houses with wells, springs, etc,
but also houses with municipal water (especially if they are concerned about contamination from their pipes).
Our different tests are listed below.
If you are unsure which tests you need or want, please give us a call and our lab staff will be happy to discuss your situation with you.
Please see our "FAQs" at the bottom of this page.
These are the test packages we currently offer.
All prices include pickup in Buncombe county, other counties will have an additional trip fee.
See our "Trip Fee FAQ" page for more details and how to save money!
Please see our "FAQs" at the bottom of this page for more information.
If you have a specific test you want to run that isn't listed here, please call us.
These prices are per sample.
Premium Scan - $200
This will test for Total Coliform, E.coli, Nitrite, Nitrate, Lead, pH, Total Dissolved Solids, Iron, Total Alkalinity, Copper, Phosphorus, Total Chlorine, Free Chlorine, and Turbidity.
Lender Scan - $135
This test includes Total Coliform, E. coli, Nitrite, Nitrate, and Lead.
This is often what mortgage companies request for loans, especially FHA, USDA, VA but please check with your lender for their specific requirements.
Basic Bacteria Scan - $55
This will test for Total Coliform and E. coli.
Add on Tests
Any of these tests can be added onto any of the above scans.
Complete Bacteria Add-on - $50
This test measures if there are any bacteria in a water sample and provides an estimate of how many bacteria in each mL.
Please note: These results are available within 60 hours of the sample being received into the lab.
Arsenic Add-on - $50
This test measures whether or not there is any Arsenic in a water sample.
Heavy Metals Add-on - $50
This tests measures whether or not there are any heavy metals in a water sample.
Non-Specific Pesticide Add-on - $60
This test measures whether or not there any of the more common pesticides in a water sample.