Hard Water in Homes

Hard water can be an issue in rural areas and various municipalities. We offer well water testing in accordance with county and state regulations.

Asbestos Abatement Guide

The Mesothelioma Center recently sent us Your Guide to Hiring an Asbestos Abatement Company, and we wanted Asbestos Abatement Guide as a free resource. Enjoy!

Asbestos.com also has more information and resources for those dealing with the harmful, home-hidden substance.

Exterior of an Older Duplex

with at least one peculiarity:

Well Pump and Water Testing


Even in the Triangle area, many clients have private well water service. We offer well pump and water testing to reduce the risk of water-borne illnesses and well pump failure. Here’s what we do, on-site, during the home inspection:

  1. Run the pump for 90-120 minutes. We locate a safe place to disperse water away from the home and run a hose to that location. It continues running for the duration of the testing period.
  2. Test the water pressure 3-4 times. We report this pressure in gallons per minute (GPM).
  3. Watch the pump switch cycle on and off. We time this cycle and monitor for slow-cycling or constant re-cycling.
  4. Inspect the well tank. We look for corrosion, damage, and leaks.
  5. Inspect the well head. Here, we are looking for cracks and damage. Groundwater is not to enter the well head area.
  6. Take a water sample at the kitchen sink and analyze it. Water samples must either be refrigerated or delivered to the lab within four hours. Results take 4-5 business days.

Once the results come in, we process them into an easy-to-read, straightforward format to help our clients know and take those next steps with their well water.