Drinking Water Test Kits

Fact #1 -- Water leaving a water treatment facility will (usually) contain no harmful impurities... but after travelling through miles of pipe and the plumbing in your home, it had plenty of time to pick up contaminants along the way.

Fact #2 -- Heavy rains, periods of drought, unusually high demands on the aquifer, and a host of other things can radically affect the quality of water pulled from a well.

So whether you have city water or get your drinking water from a well, you have plenty of good reason to test the quality of your water on a regular basis.

Below you will find links to drinking water test kits from SenSafe and WaterSafe, leading manufacturers of at-home drinking water test kits, and mail-in water test kits from National Testing Laboratories, a certified drinking water testing laboratory.


WaterFilters.Net: Chlorine, Iron, Nitrates and Hardness Test Kit
Culligan TK-2 Water Test Kit

WaterFilters.Net: WaterSafe All in One Test Kit
WaterSafe All in One Test Kit

WaterFilters.Net: WaterSafe Well Water Test Kit
WaterSafe Well Water Test Kit

 

WaterFilters.Net: Complete Home Water Test Kit
Complete Home Water Test Kit

WaterFilters.Net: WaterSafe Science Fair Project Kit
WaterSafe Science Fair Project Kit

WaterFilters.Net: Well Drillers Test Kit
Well Drillers Test Kit

 

WaterFilters.Net: National Testing Labs 27 Parameter Test Kit
National Testing Labs
27 Parameter Test Kit

WaterFilters.Net: National Testing Labs 83 Parameter Test Kit
National Testing Labs
83 Parameter Test Kit

WaterFilters.Net: National Testing Labs 97 Parameter Test Kit
National Testing Labs
97 Parameter Test Kit

 

WaterFilters.Net: Arsenic in Water Test Kit
Arsenic in Water Test Kit

WaterFilters.Net: Bacteria in Water Test Kit
Bacteria in Water Test Kit

WaterFilters.Net: Water Cooler Bacteria Test Kit
Water Cooler Bacteria Test Kit

 

WaterFilters.Net: Radon in Water Test Kit
Radon in Water Test Kit