If you get your drinking water from a rainwater harvesting system, these are the kits for you. Test for common contaminants that can affect your pumps, tanks, and most importantly, your health.
Essential Rainwater Test
51 Analytes Tested
Baseline water quality test for rainwater safety in a catchment or other harvesting system.Regular price $250.00Regular priceUnit price per
Advanced Rainwater Test
111 Analytes Tested
Ideal water quality test to ensure correct setup of rainwater catchment system, and for those noticing unpleasant tastes or smells in rainwater.Regular price $369.00Regular priceUnit price per
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SVOC Water Test
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Total Microbiology Water Test
59 Analytes Tested
Test for and identify an extensive array of microbial concerns–including bacteria, protozoa, HPC, and algae–with this comprehensive pathogen screen.
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Which Core Kit do I need?
Which kit you choose depends on how many contaminants you'd like to test. Consult any Core Kit product page for a side-by-side comparison or try our Customize My Kit feature to match your needs with the perfect option.
What's the turnaround time?
Most people receive results within 3-5 business days after the lab receives their sample. However, some tests may require additional analytical time so be sure to check each kit’s product page for the most accurate estimate.
What does my report include?
Your report will rank your water against local and federal safety benchmarks, provide a thorough breakdown of any contaminants detected and how they may be affecting your health or plumbing, and provide non-biased treatment recommendations.
Are Tap Score labs certified?
Every lab facility in our network is certified with accreditations ranging from ISO to NELAC/ELAP, Direct State, DoD, DoE, DoH and beyond. Need a specific certification? Let us know so that we can meet your needs accordingly.