How Safe is Your Well Water?
Affordable Water Quality Testing
Protect your most valuable resource and preserve your baseline defensible data with
Safe drinking water wells, springs and ponds for your family and animal use.
Aqua Data Water Testing has partnered with an accredited, EPA approved and certified drinking water testing laboratory and can provide you with secure online access to defensible data to help protect your rights. Our water testing services are designed specifically for residential and farm homeowners. We test water in private springs, ponds, water wells and public water supply for city, county or homeowner association. We provide you with quality, affordable test options.
We have gas and oil pre-drill packages that provide you peace of mind with an important preservation tool to keep your data and photographic evidence safe, secure and accessible to only you or your representative.
Contact us for more information on our testing tiers and data storage options.
We understand that water contamination affects the community whether public or private. If the drinking water at your home is supplied by a well on your property, this system is defined as a private water system. Ohio EPA does not monitor or regulate private drinking wells or private septic systems. Generally, oversight of private water systems is handled by local health departments, or in some cases, directly by the Ohio Department of Health. As the owner of a private water system, you are responsible for your water's safety.
Let Aqua Data Water Testing provide you with the information you need to protect your water supply. Pure water (H20) consists of 11.1888% hydrogen and 88.812% oxygen by weight. Although the term "pure water" is used commonly, it is virtually a non-existent liquid due to its aggressive nature. Water is often referred to as a "universal solvent" because of its ability to dissolve almost anything it comes in contact with. The superior solvent action of water allows it to be easily contaminated by water soluble materials. Water is considered to be "contaminated" when it contains harmful or objectionable substances which may be dissolved, suspended or biological. City water may contain disinfection by-products that are formed when disinfectants such as chlorine or chloramines combine with naturally occurring organic matter, which happens within the distribution system of the public water supply, so the levels formed can be different based upon where your house is located within the water distribution system. Some disinfection by-products are considered to be carcinogens by the EPA; however, without disinfection of the water supply, there would be a significant increase in waterborne disease. Analysis by a qualified laboratory is the only way to accurately determine the presence or absence of contaminants. We offer comprehensive analyses in partnership with our analytical lab to ensure water is free of various types of contamination.
Let us sample, test your water and maintain your important data.
How is your Water?
Water contamination analysis