Why Get Your Well Water Tested By Culligan?

The EPA recommends homeowners with private well test them regularly.

  1. Professional Service

    Your local Ohio Valley Culligan is professionally trained and equipped to collect your water sample that will be sent to the Culligan Analytical Laboratory. It tests for any traces of lead, arsenic, nitrates, e.coli, and more!

  2. Certified Laboratories

    The Culligan Lab is certified by the State EPA and is compliant with National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference (NELAC) standards.

  3. It’s Easy To Schedule

    You can schedule your well water test at any time. Fill out a form here on the website, or call us to confirm your appointment. A Culligan Water expert will arrive at your home and provide a complete analysis of your well water!

  4. Available in 5-7 Days

    Your new well water analysis results will be available in 5-7 days. Based on these results, your local dealer can discuss the appropriate water treatment solution to ensure safe and healthy water for you and your family.

You Should Know

Get Your Well Water Tested If…

While home inspectors look for major issues such as leaks, they don’t usually test the tap water. When securing a new home, there’s so many steps and checkpoints. It’s easy to step over some that may be obvious. Make sure your water isn’t compromised.

Since private wells are not regulated, it’s recommended you test it at least once per year, and sometimes more in areas with higher rates of contamination.

We offer EPA approved well testing for your Ohio Valley home. While this test is not free, it comes at an affordable price.

We serve Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Fairborn, Fairfield, Jackson, Coalton, and much of Western Ohio along with parts of Eastern Indiana.

Do You Use Municipal Water?

You Can Get Your Water Tested For FREE

By In-Home Appointment

By Outdoor Spigot Test

By Water Sample Pickup

By Drop Off At Our Dealership

*Limited time offer from your participating Culligan dealer. Contaminants may not be in your water. The EPA recommends you test your well water annually for contaminants.