Leverage 100,000,000 water quality test results to strengthen your product, enhance your brand, and grow sales.
Bad tap water leads to cancer in 100,000 Americans every year, yet fewer than 1% have lab tested their water quality.
SimpleWater lets your clients know how their water affects them.
To shed light on health risks nationwide so people can live healthily and more sustainably.
Utilizing the largest nationwide network of water testing laboratories and more than 100 environmental datasets. SimpleWater's Water Quality API is the most advanced tool for estimating water quality health at any tap, nationwide.
Increase in Sales5x
Faster Sales Cycle3.5x
Increase in User Engagement+30%
Increase in Advertising CTR
Health & Insurance
You get access to the most recent water quality results distributed over more than 1,000,000 sampling locations nationwide
Over 1 TB of data cleaned and analyzed for daily updates and water quality mapping nationwide
Machine learning and Bayesian modeling techniques calculate analysis for more than 1,000,000 estimated water quality concentrations nationwide, every day
The most advanced and accurate water quality data reporting and estimation platform ever, available at your fingertips.
From the kitchen tap to the plumbing and shwoers, provide hyper-local water quality estimates so that your clients can feel confident they're in good hands.
Protect the young, the old, and the extra sensitive from allergens, irritants, and other harmful pollutants in the water.
People invest in more treatment when they understand the issues in their home. They maintain their systems more diligently and trust your brand when you use Tap Score water testing to keep them feeling protected.
SimpleWater, Inc. utilizes proprietary software to enrich your local water data with thousands of hyper-local test results for hundreds of contaminants tested at public and private sampling locations nationwide. This unparalleled mesh of water quality data underpins the accurancy and timeliness of our modeling, lab reporting, and health risk evaluations.