You may qualify for up to a $5,000 government rebate on your home water filtration system.
Sign up for a free in-home well water test and find out what exactly is in your water.
Well water ranges from having terrible smells and corrosive effects to being visibly chemical clear. But even if it may not appear to be contaminated, 1-in-3 private wells in NH have unsafe levels of arsenic and some are tainted with radon.
Having clean water has never been easier or more convenient.
Enjoy our no-contact water analysis — from the shower to the sink, you can know which contaminants are currently impacting your water and your health.
Our experts will check for a variety of common water contaminants, including:
- Acidic Water
- Hard Water
Additional testing may be requested for:
What to expect with an NH Tap well water test?
NH Tap will need to test your well water to determine its chemical makeup. Many contaminants can be tested on site, but certain contaminants such as arsenic will need to be sent to an independent lab for testing. Once the lab results come in (usually within 1 week), we will share them with you and provide a quote for any necessary remediation.
- Most New Hampshire well water testing only lasts 20 minutes.
- Our free water test includes testing for pH, iron, manganese, hardness (calcium), total dissolved solids, and arsenic.
- We can provide additional testing at a discounted lab cost.
- Bacteria: $20
- Radon: $20
- PFAS: $350 (18-panel)
Steps to getting the cleanest water.
If you need a whole-home well water filtration system solution, NH Tap can help you reduce your family’s toxic exposure by over 99%.
Step 1: Schedule a free in-home or virtual water testing appointment.
Step 2: Find the specific water filtration system needed for your water.
Step 3: Choose your custom water solution and services.
Step 4: Enjoy your home’s pure water, worry-free.
Set up your free well water test today.
NH Tap provides well water testing for all of southern New Hampshire including the following towns and cities:
- Mont Vernon
- New Boston
- New Ipswich
- and more.