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WATER PUMPS, TANKS, TESTS, WELLS, REPAIRS
WATER CONTAMINANT LEVELS
WATER HAMMER NOISE DIAGNOSE & CURE
WATER ODORS, CAUSE CURE
WATER PUMP REPAIR GUIDE
WATER PRESSURE LOSS DIAGNOSIS & REPAIR
WATER PUMP SHORT CYCLING
WATER SOFTENERS & CONDITIONERS
WATER TANK REPAIR PROCEDURES
WATER TANK: USES, TROUBLESHOOTING
WATER TESTS, CONTAMINANTS, TREATMENT
WATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT CHOICES
WELLS CISTERNS & SPRINGS
WELL FLOW RATE
WELL WATER PRESSURE DIAGNOSIS
WELL YIELD IMPROVEMENT
WINTERIZE A BUILDING
This article explains choosing water tests to check for the presence of pesticide chemicals in drinking water wells.
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Be sure to review actual parameters with your home inspector or laboratory: parameters and costs vary. Our water test fee includes a base collection fee plus the actual lab costs for the specific water tests performed. We do not add a markup on lab costs. Also see Pesticide Exposure Hazards for a wider discussion of pesticide exposure hazards in buildings.
These water test laboratory fees pertain only when water testing is performed in combination with a professional building inspection.
Note: these water tests and water test laboratory fees will vary depending on lab chosen and subject to lab rate changes without notice.
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