Residential Water Testing in Gallatin Valley & Southwest Montana
Well Water, City Water, or Otherwise, We are Your Local Water Tester
Are you concerned about your water?
Thinking about having your water tested?
Bridger Water Works was founded in 1970 with the aim to provide quality well pumps and water filtration services to customers in Montana. We have more than 50 years of combined experience handling water issues. Our experience with installing water systems and whole-house water filters effectively purifies contaminated drinking water. We even offer free basic water testing in Montana, so you don’t have to wait to find out what is in your water.
Many homes in Montana draw their water from private or public wells. When a real estate agent is trying to sell that home, they have to know everything about the home, including the water quality. The new homeowners are going to want there to be a properly functioning water system in place.
At Bridger Water Works, we perform thorough water tests that meet the strict standards of Montana State Regulations regarding real estate transactions. We will analyze your drinking water for contaminants such as bacteria, nitrates, and arsenic. If you are looking to sell your home, we can make sure that your water system is up to par.
If there is ever anything wrong with your drinking water, we can quickly determine the cause of the problem and fix it at the source. Contact us today if you have questions or if you would like to schedule an onsite water test.
It all starts with a water test. We can help.
Until then you can’t really be certain of whether or not you actually need water treatment equipment, what equipment you might need, or what settings are needed for best performance.
Even if you already know you have hard water, anyone installing equipment will still need to test the hardness levels.
Here’s how to get a free test:
1. Once you contact us, we find an appointment time that works for you.
2. Our professional water technician stops by to test a sample of your water and immediately reports the results to you with details and answers to your questions.
3. If you’d like, the water technician can provide you with options for solving any water issues as well as assess your current plumbing configuration, so you can make an informed decision at your convenience.
You can get things started by sending us your info or giving us a call directly:
Mon-Thur 8am-4pm, Closed Daily from 12pm - 1pm, Fri 8am-12pm (closed December 8th, December 25th-29th, and New Year's Day)
Contact Bridger Water Works for a Free Water Test
*We ask for your phone number because we’ve found that it is, by far, the fastest and easiest way to schedule your water test. We will only use your number to reach you regarding your water test. We hate spam calls too.
Free water test, what’s the catch?
Looking for a more extensive water test?
Comprehensive water tests have to be completed by a laboratory. Depending on the type of testing, you can sometimes pay as much for a water test as you can for equipment to solve the problem. If you are concerned about specific contaminants in your water, ask our expert water technician, and they can give you some cost effective options to consider for your specific concern.
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