Call today for expert Well Water Testing & Treatment in Jacksonville or St. Augustine, FL

Water quality is essential for overall health. Periodic well water testing is crucial in detecting chemicals, bacteria, and other potentially harmful substances in well water. A water quality test can ensure your water is safe to drink and indicate the well water treatments needed. With over 20 years of experience testing and treating residential and commercial well water systems around Jacksonville & St. Augustine, FL, Flamingo Well & Septic team will inspect your well water for any issues that can lead to inefficiencies or potential health and safety issues. Don't delay; schedule well water services today.

Flamingo Well & Septic Will Test for the Following Contaminants During a Standard Bacteria Screening:


  • E. Coli
  • Fecal Coliform
  • Total Coliform Bacteria



Flamingo Well & Septic Will Test for the Following Contaminants for an FHA & VA Loan Approval Bacteria Screening:

  • Lead
  • Nitrates
  • Nitrites
  • E. Coli
  • Fecal Coliform
  • Total Coliform Bacteria

When to have well water tested:

  • Change in Water Taste and Smell
  • Water Appears Discolored or Cloudy
  • Annually for Coliform Bacteria & E. Coli


  • Slow draining water
  • Lush green patches of lawn
  • Sewage backing up into the house
  • Gurgling noises coming from your drains
  • Pooling of water on the surface of your lawn
  • Puddles of water over the Septic Tank or Drain Field
  • Foul odors coming from the toilet, drain, or septic tank
  • Before the sale of a property to identify the condition of a home's septic system


  • Locate the septic tank and drain field
  • Open and inspect the septic tank lid
  • Check the septic tank water level
  • The inspector will run water and flush the toilets in the house to check that the water is flowing correctly from the house to the septic tank and to ensure the water level within the tank does not rise when they introduce more water
  • Full Septic Tank pump-out and backflow examination. The backflow level tells the inspector if there is a problem with your drain field.
  • Examine the septic tank for various possible issue.
  • Inspect the septic tank's inlet, outlet, and partition wall
  • Visual inspection of the drain field to ensure no standing water is found
  • The drain field, dosing tank, septic sump pump, float, float switch, and alarm are checked for the overall operation and evaluated for performance
  • Advise of any issues found with the septic system

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