Water Testing Service

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  • Full Service PWTA Well Testing for Real Estate Transactions
  • Water Safety & Chemistry Testing for your Family
  • Quarterly Public Water Supply (PWS) Testing for NJ Small Public Water Systems
WHAT IS A PWTA?

lab-testing-room The PWTA (Private Well Testing Act) well test is mandated for all home sales in the state of NJ. Unfortunately, a real estate transaction can be a very stressful time to begin with, so let us handle your water needs. RAdata’s in-house certified laboratory and sampling technicians can assist you with knowledge about what needs to be tested, arranging for the test, interpreting your test results, and options for treating a problem if one exists. Click Well Water Testing to get started.

Using in-house state of the art laboratory equipment, RAdata performs water sampling and analysis for:

  • • Home Owners
  • • Estates
  • • First Time Home Buyers and Sellers
  • • Realtors
  • • Commercial Clients
  • • Government Agencies
  • • Even Other Laboratories and Samplers
Well Water Test Estimate

You can use the form below for an estimate on a Residential Well Water Test. Just choose the municipality where the PWTA well water test will be performed to see the price.

This is an estimate only for a PWTA well water test on an existing residential well. For pricing on non-PWTA tests, testing for new wells, or for any questions please call us at 800-447-2366 to inquire.

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We are a NJ certified Laboratory OQA# 14006, and we offer many options from the State Required PWTA test for home sales, to basic water safety testing, and analysis for general water chemistry or even specific uncommon contaminants of concern for your area. Call today to speak to a representative that can assist you in selecting the correct water quality test to fit your needs.

Water contaminants are present in many homes. 65% of New Jersey is serviced by private wells, and the water quality should be tested on a regular basis to monitor any changes in chemistry. An estimated 20-40% of wells fail bacteria testing. Some indicators of nuisance issues are white spots on clean dishes, unwanted color or odor to the water, erosion of appliances and plumbing, and dry or brittle skin, hair, and nails. Other potentially harmful contaminants, such as Coliform bacteria, can upset the stomach and make you sick.

According to the National Ground Water Association (NGWA), private well owners should test their water regularly for bacteria. The U.S. E.P.A. recommends testing your private well every year for bacteria, nitrates, and pH. If you suspect any other contaminants or there are known contaminants in your area, you should test for those as well. Clean water is something we often take for granted. In truth, the water we use to drink and bathe can contain a number of unseen contaminants. Even from city water sources, which have to follow mandatory quality standards, water must flow through miles of piping and can pick up dirt, chemicals, and bacteria on its way to your home.