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Water Testing Lancaster, PA

About Our Water Testing Services

At Enviroquest, we understand that water is a vital resource in your home, and is important in you and your family’s health and well-being. Having contaminated water in your home can be detrimental to the health of those living inside. Since the water in your home is used constantly for multiple different purposes, it is very important to make sure your that your water is clean, quality water. That is why we offer comprehensive water quality testing services in Lancaster, PA and surrounding areas.

Our experts here at Enviroquest want to help you create a safe and healthy living environment for you and your family. Our state-of-the-art equipment and experienced professionals provide thorough and accurate water testing services for your peace of mind. Contact us to get a free quote today!

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What We Look For Water Testing

What Do We Look For?

We test for a variety of contaminants, such as bacteria, E.coli, lead, nitrates, total dissolved solids, etc. We follow industry standards and guidelines to ensure the accuracy and reliability of our results. If you are purchasing a home with a well, your lender may require specific contaminants to be tested. For your convenience, we have sets of testing that are designed to match requirements for conventional or FHA financing, but we always recommend checking with your lender to make sure their requirements are covered. If you live in a home with a well, we recommend having your water tested annually to make sure any filtration or purification systems are still working properly.

After the Testing

Knowledge is power! Our water testing services gives you the knowledge on what is going on with your water, and we can help you decide the best ways to proceed. After testing your water systems for contaminants like coliform bacteria, E.coli, lead, and more, we can help you decide on water treatment or filtration systems.

Whether you use your water for just cleaning and showering, or if you also use your water as drinking water, it is important to keep up with regular maintenance on your water softener, and to make sure that your water supply is as clean as possible. For environmental testing for you water, contact Environquest Choose us for your environmental protection today!

After Water Testing

About Lancaster, PA

Lancaster, also known as the Red Rose City, is located in Lancaster County, PA, As of the 2020 census, the population was 58,039. It is one of the oldest inland towns in the U.S. Lancaster is home to many economic industries, such as touristm, manufacturing, healthcare, and public administration services. The city is home to many shopping, arts, and culture opportunities, and provides many recreational activites as well. The city of Lancaster is best known for being the hub of Pennsylvania’s Amish Country.

If you need water testing services in Lancaster, contact Environquest. Choose us for your peace of mind today!

Other Services We Offer

Although Inspections and Radon services are our main focus, Enviroquest offers these additional services to complement them. They can also be done by themselves if needed. We offer discounts for bundling many of these services with a home inspection.

Radon Testing and Mitigation

The purpose of this screening-type measurement is to quickly determine if a house contains high concentrations of radon gas. This measurement should provide information for deciding if there is a need for additional measurements or remediation. The standard testing procedures are based on the assumption that the greatest source of radon is the soil underlying the house. If other sources are suspected, additional measurements in different locations in the home may be considered. In the event that your Radon level does indicate that mitigation is needed, we are equipped to help you out with that. We utilize a third-party unaffiliated lab to analyze our tests. See our Radon Services page for more information on Radon. 

Wood Destroying Insect Inspection

Are you concerned about the possible impact of wood destroying insects such as termites or powder post beetles? You may want this inspection. This is not covered in a standard whole house inspection because not everyone needs it. If you are purchasing a home, this type of inspection may be required by your lender. Make sure you confirm what is needed with them.

Water Testing

If your property has a well, you may want to test the water for contaminants. We can test for a variety of contaminants, such as bacteria, E.coli, lead, nitrates, total dissolved solids, etc. If you are purchasing a home with a well, your lender may require specific contaminants to be tested. For your convenience, we have sets of testing that are designed to match requirements for conventional or FHA financing, but we always recommend checking with your lender to make sure their requirements are covered. If you live in a home with a well, we recommend having your water tested annually to make sure any filtration or purification systems are still working properly

Mold Testing

If you suspect a building has a mold issue, you may want to do an air test for mold spores. This will tell you exactly what kind of mold you are dealing with and can give you clues as to what is causing it, as well as whether remediation is called for.

Single Item Inspection

An inspection to ASHI standards of a single item or system of a house (i.e. plumbing, roof, porches, etc.). See our Inspection page for more info.

Passive House

Enviroquest is a Certified Passive House Consultant and builder and we are ready to help you save money and energy now by turning your house into a Passive House. A Passive House is an advanced energy-efficient standard which produces superior indoor quality while reducing heating energy use. Any remaining heat demand is provided by an extremely small source. An energy recovery ventilator also provides a constant, balanced fresh air supply. The Passive House system can save up to 90% of space heating costs. Local materials are used in combination with water and energy conservation technologies. On-site generation of renewable energy means a much lower environmental impact than a standard house and lower bills for you. If you are interested in pursuing a Passive House project, contact us for more information.

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