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Water Testing in Dallas, Texas

Have you noticed discoloration, sediment or a bad taste or smell in your water system? If so, you may have dangerous contaminants in your water system. Water contaminants can damage your clothes, cause health problems, and lead to appliance problems. Now is the time to get your water professionally tested.

Frymire Home Services offers complete water testing in Dallas, Texas. We offer a variety of tests to identify any contaminant in your water system. We also provide clean water solutions, as well as water softeners to improve your water experience at home. We are your top water care specialists in Texas.

Book online or call us to schedule an in-home water test in Dallas, Texas.

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Types of Water Tests We Conduct

During a water test, we analyze a water sample to determine its chemical and microbiological properties. Our technicians can identify potential contaminants and ensure that the water is safe for human consumption, as well as for other uses such as irrigation, swimming, and industrial purposes. We offer a wide range of water tests, depending on your situation and water purification or softening goals.

Basic Water Quality

We test for the most common contaminants in drinking water, such as bacteria, lead, nitrates, and pesticides. They usually include test strips or vials that change color to indicate the presence of certain contaminants.

Complete Water Analysis

These tests are more comprehensive and can test for a wider range of parameters, including pH, alkalinity, hardness, and levels of specific contaminants like chlorine, iron, and copper. They often require more steps than basic tests.

Lead Tests

You may have lead in your plumbing system. We use lead tests to identify the presence of lead in your drinking water. Our technicians often use a test strip or vial that changes color if you have lead in the water.

Well Water Tests

Well water may be vulnerable to contamination from bacteria, nitrates, and other pollutants. Tests include assessment for parameters such as pH, total dissolved solids, and specific contaminants like pesticides and heavy metals.

We recommend regular testing to ensure that the water is safe and free of contaminants. Water testing can also help us identify potential problems with your plumbing or appliances, such as high levels of minerals or corrosive elements in the water.

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“Benjamin Alamendez of Frymire is a wonderful representative of this company. Not only was appointment scheduled for the same day, Benjamin arrived on time. He was courteous, professional and kind. He fixed the issues in record time and I have no complaints at all. I can not think of anything that would improve the service. Very thankful!”

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“Frymire was super responsive and got us scheduled for a visit very quickly. Garrett arrived on time and was very professional. He explained things very clearly and gave us some recommendations to help eliminate the issue we were having in our primary bathroom shower. He also installed new faucet hardware and replace 20 year old shut off valves in record time.”

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Amazing Job

“Richard did an amazing job and was thorough. He went above and beyond with explaining and helping me understand what to keep an eye on as a homeowner. He told me everything he noticed and what he looked for. Frymire has my business for life with exceptional employees like Richard. Experience was so good I have them coming out to service my other property.”

Mark Wiseman

Extremely Professional

“The Frymire team was extremely responsive and professional in responding to my need to replace my HVAC system. The technicians were very knowledgeable and did an outstanding job of keeping me informed of their progress. They also took time to educate me on the necessary maintenance steps required in this part of the country. Very pleased with their efforts to get things back to normal for me.”

Christopher Boyle

Great Company

“They are a great company. Spencer visited us today for our maintenance and he was wonderful! He took the time to explain everything and answered all my questions! He did such a great job! Thank you!”

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Wonderful Job

“Chance Cooper did a wonderful job. I had my baby sleeping in the living room and he was very respectful and got us taken care of without waking him! He knows what he’s doing and I definitely would recommend this company to anyone that needs a plumber, because of him!”

Jessica Hill

Efficient, Knowledgeable & Friendly.

“Frymire’s plumbers did a great job for me: they sent Chance Cooper out within an hour of my emergency call to stop a leaking water heater, and Jose Garcia came out with his assistant the next day to install a new one. They were both very efficient, knowledgeable and friendly. Thank you, and I will call you again when I need service in my home!”

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“We discovered a sewage block in our pipes. Gilberto and his crew came as quickly as possible. Their reaction time was fantastic. They were thorough with figuring out what was happening and then quick to repair. He and his crew were friendly, professional and very caring about our job. We would highly recommend Gilberto and his crew!!”


Very Knowledgeable

“Frymire was recommended by two of our neighbors and we were very pleased with their service. Our technician was very knowledgeable and explained what was going on with our furnace so that we could understand. He was quick and efficient and provided options to fix it, the cost, and the time it would take.”

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What are the Benefits of Water Testing?

There are several advantages to scheduling a professional water test in your home.

Safe Character

Water testing helps ensure that your water is safe to drink and use. It identifies contaminants in your water so that you can take steps to address them.

Regulatory Requirements

Regular water testing ensures that these public standards are met. Private well owners are not subject to these regulations, but regular water testing is recommended to ensure that the water is safe and free of contaminants.

Health Problem Prevention

Exposure to contaminated water can lead to a variety of health problems, including gastrointestinal illness, skin problems, and even more serious conditions such as cancer. By identifying and addressing potential water quality issues through testing, you can help prevent these health problems.

Appliance and Plumbing Protection

Hard water and high levels of minerals can cause damage to plumbing and appliances over time. Water testing can identify these issues so that you can take steps to protect your home’s plumbing and appliances, and potentially save money on repairs and replacement.

How Dirty is the Water in My Home?

When it comes to your home’s water, you are assured it is safe for everyone. Unfortunately, this may not always be the case. If you live in an area with high levels of bacteria or other contaminants in your home’s water supply, it could be impacting your family’s health. This could mean that you are risking your family’s safety and your home’s long-term health. Some signs of dirty water include:

The water is yellow due to high levels of iron or manganese
If your water is dirty or cloudy, it may be polluted with sediment, dirt, or other particles
A change and test can indicate a change in mineral content – especially unwelcome minerals
A rotten egg smell suggests that there is a high level of bacteria in the water
Impurities may create foam that floats on top of the water
Rust can cause slippery water or calcium deposits in the pipes

If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to take action to address the problem. Consider having your water tested to identify any potential contaminants or other issues, and contact a Frymire licensed plumber for assistance.

Schedule a Water Test in Dallas, Texas

Check out the benefits of a water test for your plumbing. Frymire can assess the water in your home to identify harmful contaminants. We also offer water purification systems and softeners. Book online or call us to schedule an in-home water assessment.

Frequently Asked Questions About Water Tests in Texas

Water tests can test for a variety of parameters, depending on the type of test. Some common parameters that may be tested include pH, hardness, alkalinity, total dissolved solids, and levels of specific contaminants like bacteria, lead, nitrates, and pesticides.

The frequency of water testing depends on the type of water supply and any potential sources of contamination. Public water supplies are required to be tested regularly, but private well owners should test their water at least once a year, and more frequently if there are concerns about water quality or changes in the water supply.

If your water test results indicate a problem, it is important to take action to address the issue. Depending on the specific problem, you may need to install a water treatment system, repair or replace plumbing or appliances, or take other steps to address the underlying cause of the issue.

Water tests can detect many different types of contaminants, but there may be some contaminants that are not detectable through testing. In addition, some contaminants may be present in low levels that are not detectable through standard testing methods.


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