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What's in your water?

Take the guesswork out of your water quality by using the water testing experts.
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Private Well or City Water

For your “Peace of Mind” when it comes to drinking water testing, choose National Testing Laboratories.
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Need a certified analysis?

We maintain both State and NELAC certification to provide you the best water analysis possible.
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Watercheck™ Family of Products

With our WaterCheck™ family of products, you can rest assured that we have an analysis to fit all of your water testing needs.
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Don't guess. Test!

We can provide the ultimate peace of mind with our water testing experts and quality lab analysis. Find out today if your water is safe, in a few simple steps.

1. Collect a sample of your water

It's as easy as filling a few bottles with your water sample and completing a short form. Our kits include easy-to-follow instructions.

2. Ship it to our laboratory

Return your kit to our laboratory using guaranteed next-day delivery or drop the kit off if you are in the neighborhood.

3. Receive your in-depth report

We'll give you an easy-to-read report that has all of your results compared side-by-side with National EPA Standards. If you need help with the results, just call us.

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Results You Can Trust

National Testing Laboratories, Ltd. is ISO 17025, EPA, and Multi-State certified to carry out high-level tests that ensure the safety of municipal and bottled water. We bring that same level of expertise and precision to all of our consumer and commercial offerings, as well.

In short, a city or well water test from us is of the highest caliber because we meet and surpass the most stringent of government safety guidelines every day. If you think something is wrong with your water supply, dont guess. Test!

CityCheck Deluxe

"Easy process. Instructions were very simple to understand. Testing was comprehensive. Explanation of the test results with regards to standards was helpful."

- Janet
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
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WaterCheck™ Deluxe

"Getting our well water testing completed was very important to us.  The process provided by NTL was quick and easy to understand.  The water quality report was very clear and understandable. The cost to ship the sample overnight was pricey but given the importance of the water report, I would gladly pay the cost again."

- David
FT. WORTH, TEXAS
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WaterCheck™ Lite

"We have confidence in the testing results confirmed but with more in depth testing at a reduced price.  I had an inquiry about my results and each representative gave professional, prompt feedback by phone. Rated above excellent!"

- Nicole
CLEVELAND, OHIO
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Our Most Popular Tests

CityCheck Basic

The CityCheck Basic testing package was developed for homeowners who are concerned about the water quality they are getting from their municipal supply.

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CityCheck Deluxe

The CityCheck Deluxe testing package is for customers on municipal water supplies who are concerned about pesticides and herbicides.

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CityCheck Standard

The CityCheck Standard testing package allows homeowners to get a more comprehensive analysis on their municipal water supply.

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CityCheck Basic

The CityCheck Basic testing package was developed for homeowners who are concerned about the water quality they are getting from their municipal supply.

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CityCheck Deluxe

The CityCheck Deluxe testing package is for customers on municipal water supplies who are concerned about pesticides and herbicides.

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CityCheck Standard

The CityCheck Standard testing package allows homeowners to get a more comprehensive analysis on their municipal water supply.

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WaterCheck™ Basic

This package is for anyone interested in regularly monitoring their well water quality or if you are trying to determine if a filtration or softening system is needed.

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WaterCheck™ Deluxe

This is an excellent package for anyone who has never tested their well water or who has not tested in several years and are concerned about potential pesticide contamination.

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WaterCheck™ Standard

This is a great package for anyone who has never tested their well water or who has not tested in several years.

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WaterCheck™ Basic

This package is for anyone interested in regularly monitoring their well water quality or if you are trying to determine if a filtration or softening system is needed.

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WaterCheck™ Deluxe

This is a excellent package for anyone who has never tested their well water or who has not tested in several years and are concerned about potential pesticide contamination.

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WaterCheck™ Standard

This is a great package for anyone who has never tested their well water or who has not tested in several years.

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Did you know?

Well Water Is Unregulated

Private wells are primarily unregulated (although a few states are beginning to regulate), so it is up to the homeowner to make sure the water coming from their well is safe for consumption. While most wells are only required to be tested when they are originally dug or a house is sold, the EPA recommends homeowners test their well yearly to make sure they meet potability standards. Further testing for other EPA Primary concerns should also be done on a bi-annual basis to rule out any outside contamination.

Contaminants From Aging Infrastructure

Public water suppliers (city water) are responsible for testing the water quality as it leaves the water treatment facility. But this treated water runs through potentially miles of pipes throughout the distribution system - some of which may contain lead and copper, not to mention many systems are very old and thus starting to develop cracks which could potentially expose this water to other contamination.

Lead Is A Very Real Risk

According to the EPA, Lead can enter drinking water through corrosion of plumbing materials, especially where the water has high acidity or low mineral content that corrodes pipes and fixtures. Homes built before 1986 are more likely to have lead pipes, fixtures and solder. However, new homes are also at risk: even legally "lead-free" plumbing may contain up to eight percent lead.

Risks of Fracking

The pursuit of new energy resources to replace our dependence on foreign oil is quickly becoming the 21st century natural gas gold rush. In the race to find new resources, have we potentially endangered another one of our natural resources? Homeowners across the country are becoming more aware of the affects of gas well drilling and the potential contamination issues relating to their private well water. Do you know what's in your water?