Providing pure peace of mind for over 30 years.
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Since 1978, Waterlab has been servicing the water quality needs of residential consumers. Sometimes our customers are concerned how their water may smell or look. Other times, a doctor recommends they get their water tested. Oregon homeowners have come to count on Waterlab’s reliable answers to such issues as water staining, bacterial contamination, mineral build-up in pipes, and well certification for home sale.
Our lab is certified by the EPA and accredited for 80 different water evaluations by the state of Oregon. As our client, you can count on EPA approved testing that’s run by a qualified analyst who follows precise methodology to get the most accurate results. We also provide excellent customer service along with competitively-priced packages that can help determine the condition of your water or the source of your problem.
This website was designed to help residents in every aspect of water purity and answer the most commonly asked questions. Take a look around, then please give us a call with questions or for a price quote at 503-363-0473 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Waterlab. Dependable as Oregon rain.
Love your service! Keep up the great work! Accurate, Detailed, Excellent in every way!
Quite pleased with the service we receive from Waterlab.
You have been our sole provider for testing needs. We feel very confident using your service. I appreciate the times you have taken my calls on water quality concerns. I have been very pleased. I never hesitate to recommend your service to others. Your staff is always courteous, friendly and professional.
Thanks for being helpful over the phone and at the office.
I especially appreciate the overall customer service I receive, unlike the larger corporate type labs. Thanks!
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