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Why test my water?

Keep your family safe.

Harmful bacteria, chemicals, or other contaminants can be found in your drinking water. Ingesting contaminated water can lead to a wide variety of health issues like stomach problems, skin irritation, and even long-term more devastating health complications. All of which could be avoided by appropriately testing your water and installing custom filtration as needed.

Pesticides - could cause cancer; birth defects and damage to the nervous system.

Bacteria - could cause gastrointestinal illnesses, nervous system or reproductive effects, and cancer.

Nitrates - could cause birth defects, thyroid disease, colon cancer.

Nitrites - increased heart rate, nausea, headaches, and abdominal cramps.

Arsenic - could cause skin cancer, bladder cancer and lung cancer.

Radon - could cause internal organ cancer primarily stomach cancer.

Uranium - could cause kidney damage

PFAS - altered immune and thyroid function, liver disease, lipid and insulin dysregulation, kidney disease, adverse reproductive and developmental outcomes, and cancer.


  • Arsenic

  • Chloride

  • Copper

  • E. Coli Bacteria

  • Fluoride

  • Iron

  • Lead

  • Manganese

  • Nitrate-N

  • Nitrites

  • pH

  • Sodium

  • Total Coliform Bacteria

  • Uranium

  • Water Hardness

Add Radon Testing

Radon, a radioactive gas, is a significant concern in New Hampshire's water and air, often found in bedrock and well water. It's odorless, colorless, and tasteless. Proper testing is crucial to determine its presence, especially if radon levels in your home's air are high.

Testing diagnosis ensures the correct filtration solution.

Many harmful contaminants are undetectable to our eyes, nose and taste buds. You can only know your current water quality and what is in your drinking water through testing in a state accredited lab.

  • Rotten Egg Smell

  • Musty Water

  • Bad taste

  • Streaks and stains

  • Discolored Water

  • Cloudy Water

  • Laundry Stains

  • Chlorine Taste

  • Itchy skin

  • Spotty dishes

  • Soap won’t lather

  • and more!

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How often should I test my water?

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services recommends homeowners with private wells get their well water tested for bacteria annually. In addition, they should test for other standard contaminants of concern every three to five years.

How difficult is it to take a water test?

It is very simple to take your water sample.  Sampling instructions found HERE.

Are results hard to read?

We keep it simple to understand with a side by side “normal” result comparison to your actual results . You'll see an X beside any levels outside of federal or state guidelines. In addition at the bottom of the results page it will state that your water MEETS or DOES NOT MEET federal drinking water regulations.

What to do after I get my results?

If requested an Epping Well professional will discuss your results with you to determine a customized water treatment plan and schedule the installation.

How to request a free test result consultation

On your sample form check the box requesting to share your results with Epping Well. We'll give you a call to discuss your results and treatment plan if needed.

If my water looks clean, is it really?

Many harmful contaminants are undetectable to our eyes, nose and taste buds. The only way to be certain about the quality of your water is by testing.

Epping Well & Pump Co.

337 Calef Highway, Epping NH

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