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Radon - something every homeowner should test for!
Radon Test

Did you know that radon is the third leading cause of lung cancer in the United States?

Radon is a radioactive gas that can cause cancer, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Nearly one out of every 15 homes is estimated to have high levels of radon, the EPA says. You can't see, taste or smell it, but you can test for it.

Water - something every homeowner should test!
Water Quality Tests

It is recommended that you have these tests performed to determine if the water is safe to drink, even if the house is served by a public water supply.

Well Water?

The EPA recommends to test well water at least once a year. This ensures safe and pleasing drinking water from your well.

Public Water Supply?

We believe ALL water needs to be tested. Public water is tested at the water treatment center, but is not tested at the point of usage. All cities and towns have different testing requirements and some do not even cover the most common toxic elements found in public water.   Safe drinking water is not only crucial for your health but for the functionality of appliances that use water.

Basic Water Test:

The Standard water kit tests for the following water quality factors:

  • Bacteria (Total Coliform and E.coli)

  • Calcium

  • Copper

  • Iron

  • Magnesium

  • Manganese

  • Sodium

  • Chloride

  • Chlorine

  • Color

  • Conductivity

  • Hardness

  • Nitrate

  • Nitrite

  • pH

  • Sulfate

  • Turbidity

  • Odor/Sediment

Comprehensive Water Test:

We recommend this test if your water hasn’t been tested before — whether it’s well water or city water. It provides a full profile of your water’s quality. The Comprehensive Scan tests water for:


  • All of the above from the Basic package plus:

  • Arsenic (Total)

  • Lead

  • Potassium

  • Radon in Water

*All water testing will be performed at ETR Laboratories in Leominster, MA.  While not MA certified, they do hold the ISO 17025 certification.

Wood Destroying Insects - something every homeowner should test for!
Wood Destroying Insect Report   (NPMA-33)

Many lenders require an inspection report for wood destroying organisms in order to process loans for the sale or re-financing of properties.  Homeowners need to know if pests are damaging their homes. 

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