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Do you know what is in your water?

Is your water healthy? Find out today! Education is the first step to understanding the quality of your water. Our comprehensive water analysis is free and will reveal what level of contaminates are present in your family’s drinking water. Our water technicians can explain the results and help you understand if there are any long or short term health impacts from consuming your current water source.

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Types of Water Tests

arsenic water testing

Arsenic Testing

Arsenic can cause stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, numbness in hands and feet, partial paralysis, and blindness. It can also cause damage to the skin, circulatory system, and increase the risk of cancer. MCL = .01 or .05 (depending on local standards for your area).

chlorine water testing

Chlorine Testing

Chlorination is the most common solution used for disinfection of water. Not all types of bacteria are harmful. Biological contamination has two forms, pathogenic (disease causing) and non-pathogenic (non-disease causing). All water supplies should be tested for biological content prior to use and consumption.

hardness water testing

Hardness Testing

Hardness can cause too much soap or detergent usage and also scaling. Hardness is caused primarily by calcium and magnesium.

iron water testing

Iron Testing

Iron levels as low as 0.2 to 0.3 ppm will usually cause brown or reddish staining of laundry and plumbing fixtures. The presence of iron bacteria in water supplies will often cause these symptoms at even lower levels. MCL = 0.3 ppm.

manganese water testing

Manganese Testing

Manganese is seldom found alone in water. It is usually found alongside Iron. The color black is often seen in some regard when manganese is present. MCL = 0.05 ppm.

nitrate water testing

Nitrate Testing

Nitrates are naturally found in many types of food. High levels of nitrates in drinking water, however, can make you sick. Nitrates in your well-water can come from animal waste, septic systems, flooded sewers, water runoff, fertilizers and decaying plants. MCL = 10 ppm.

ph water testing

pH Testing

pH is the measurement of the activity of the hydrogen ion, H+. It is recommended to test the acidity and alkaline condition of your water. A pH of 7.5 – 8.5 is recommended.

sodium water testing

Sodium Testing

Sodium intake from water is only a small fraction of that consumed in a normal diet. People suffering from certain medical conditions, such as hypertension, may require a sodium restricted diet. In this case, the intake of sodium from drinking water could become significant. MCL = 150 ppm.

sulfur water testing

Sulfur Testing

Sulfur problems are distinctive, as you’ll notice the “rotten egg” odor of hydrogen sulfide gas. Similar to odors caused by iron bacteria, the sulfur smell may only be noticeable when the water hasn’t been run for several hours.


TDS Testing

Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) refer to minerals, salts, and metals dissolved in water. This includes anything present in the water other than pure water and suspended solids. MCL = 500 ppm.

turbidity water testing

Turbidity Testing

Turbidity refers to how clear the water is. The higher the amount of total suspended solids (TSS), the higher the turbidity levels are, and the cloudier the water appears. It may be clay and silt from shoreline erosion, bottom sediments, or organic debris from stream and wastewater discharge.

The Source H2O Headquarters

7399 S Tuscon Way
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 792-9799
Fax: (888) 412-4334

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784 Valley Ct. Unit B4
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Phone: (970) 242-9742
Fax: (888) 412-4334

Office Hours:

Tues-Friday 10:00AM to 9:00PM
Saturday 9:00AM to 2:00PM

Servicing Denver Metro area including Aurora, Thornton, Parker, Golden, Boulder, and Lakewood. Regional offices service Grand Junction, Craig and much of the Greater Rocky Mountain area for whole house water filtration systems. We also service Castle Rock, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Limon, Fort Collins and Southern Wyoming and the entire Front Range.


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