Well Water Testing in Orlando, FL
If you have a water well on your residential or commercial property, it is important to test periodically for water contaminates such as Bacteria (Total Coliforms and E. coli) and metals. Well water doesn’t always stay clean, and that’s why you need to hire Healthy Home Environmental Services, LLC, for well water testing. We can test your water throughout Orlando, FL, and the surrounding areas, so call us today.
Some FHA/VA Loans require well water testing prior to closing. We offer a quick response time for scheduling and affordable testing services approved by the EPA.
We service commercial and residential properties.
Reasons to Test Your Water
Well water can be some of the cleanest and healthiest around, but it can also have contaminants and other issues. Some of the main things that we’ll test for include:
- Bacteria: Certain bacteria in your well water can be harmful to your health, so we’ll make sure that your water doesn’t contain any of these hazardous bacteria.
- Minerals: While most water contains some minerals to one degree or another, we’ll test for nitrate, metals, and other dissolved solids that have adverse health effects.
The only way to ensure that your water is safe to drink is to have a laboratory analysis of the water. Healthy Home Environmental Services, LLC, is here to help you get the water testing you need as easily as possible.
Benefits of Hiring Us
Healthy Home Environmental Services, LLC, is a family-owned and -operated business established in 2006. With over a decade of experience helping the residents of Orlando, FL, enjoy clean water, we’re confident that we can help you as well.
We pride ourselves on comprehensive services and quick response times, and when you hire us for water testing, you’ll get an unbiased and full report so that you know what further steps to take.
When you want to enjoy the peace of mind that comes with clean water, contact us at (407) 273-9387.
Water Testing Packages
Includes: Total Coliform and E. coli
Includes: Total Coliform, E. Coli, Lead, Nitrates, Nitrites, Turbidity
Includes: Total Coliform, E Coli, Lead, Nitrites, Nitrates, Turbidity, Iron, Manganese, and pH.
**Individual tests can be performed as well, call for pricing and turnaround times.
Important Information: It is the responsibility of the person requesting the test to know exactly what test is required for their particular situation, loan etc. It is always best to obtain the required test in writing from the Lender.
Legionnaires disease is a form of pneumonia caused by bacteria, called Legionella, that live in water. A similar disease, Pontiac Fever, is a milder, influenza-like illness without pneumonia that is also caused by Legionella bacteria.
Legionella are commonly found in aquatic environments, and some species have been found in soil. The organisms are found in a wide range of environmental conditions and are relatively resistant to low pH, dissolved oxygen levels, and routine chlorination techniques for drinking water. Temperatures above 104 degrees F promote the rapid multiplication of the organism. The organisms are consistently found in the biofilm that forms in aquatic environments, cooling towers, and potable water systems. Transmission occurs from contaminated water that becomes aerosolized and inhaled by a susceptible host.
Outbreaks of Legionella has increased at least 400% over the last 15 years. Healthy Home Environmental Services will help facilities develop and implement a water management program to reduce Legionella growth and spread that is specific to your building.
Monitoring testing should be completed once a year, every quarter, or even monthly.
Symptoms of Legionnaires’ Disease Can Include:
- Shortness of breath
- High fever
- Muscle aches
These symptoms usually begin 2 or more days after being exposed to the bacteria, but can take two weeks to begin.
The key to preventing Legionnaires’ disease is to make sure that building owners and managers maintain building water systems in order to reduce the risk of Legionella growth and spread. Examples of building water systems that might grow and spread Legionella include but are not limited to:
- Hot tubs
- Hot water tanks and heaters
- Large plumbing systems
- Cooling towers (structures that contain water and a fan as part of centralized air-cooling systems for building or industrial processes)
- Decorative fountains
Legionella grows best in warm water, like the water temperatures used in hot tubs. However, warm temperatures also make it hard to keep disinfectants, such as chlorine, at the levels needed to kill germs like Legionella. Disinfectant and other chemical levels in hot tubs should be checked regularly, and hot tubs should be cleaned as recommended by the manufacturer.