Water Quality Inspection
What is Involved in Water Quality Testing?
This additional service involves a sampling and inspection of drinking water within the home and is designed to provide information about the quality of the home’s water. The test is performed in accordance with laboratory and/or manufacturer’s guidelines for the collection of water samples. For more information, visit:
- Lead in Drinking Water – This site answers questions about the dangers of lead in drinking water and outlines techniques for reducing lead exposure.
- Drinking Water Standards Program – This site contains information on standards the EPA has implemented for a number of topics related to drinking water.
- Ground Water and Drinking Water – The EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water protects public health and the environment by setting standards for drinking- water contaminants and protecting sources of drinking water.
- Local Drinking Water Information – This site provides local drinking water information for each state.
- Water on Tap: A Consumer’s Guide to the Nation’s Drinking Water – This report provides information about the quality of U.S. drinking water.
- Drinking Water Contaminants – This site contains fact sheets about chemicals that may be found in some public or private drinking water supplies.
Identifying the Problem
While the U.S. water supply is one of the world’s safest, no system is immune to problems, and remaining vigilant about your home’s water is always advised. If you think you have a problem, knowing what to look for is the first step in determining whether you could benefit from water services by AmeriSpec. If you suspect a problem with your water, visit EPA.gov and enter your address to find federal reports by state and water system.