Well Water Testing in Michigan

Prior to purchasing a home with a well, it’s important to have the well tested to make sure it’s in good condition. It’s also important to test the water that comes from the well to ensure it’s safe for human consumption. MichiganPro Home Inspections can provide you with well inspection services in Michigan, including water quality testing services. We’ve been providing people throughout the state with well water inspections for more than a decade, and we have the experience it takes to spot potential problems during well water testing and inspection.

The water well inspectors from MichiganPro Home Inspections typically begin by performing load tests on a well. This helps us determine if a well is experiencing any issues with regard to water pressure, water flow or recovery. We’ll also examine the individual components within the well to ensure they’re operating properly. Following the inspection, we can provide suggestions for any repairs that might need to be made to the well, either now or at some point in the future.

It’s extremely important that your drinking water is clean and safe for consumption. While conducting well inspection services in Michigan, the team at MichiganPro Home Inspections will also test the well water for quality purposes. In many cases, wells require a water softener and sometimes even an iron filter to produce clean, drinkable water that’s free of unpleasant odors and sediments. Our Michigan water quality testing services allow us to determine whether your well water will need additional treatment.

Water quality testing and well testing are two separate services, so be sure to let us know if you want both services or just one when you contact us.

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Would you like to have a well inspection done on a home you’re thinking about buying? Or would you like us to conduct a water quality test on your current home? Call MichiganPro Home Inspections at (800) 470-7938 today for all your well water testing and inspection needs.