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Serving Massachusetts and Southwest Florida

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For Homeowners, Property Transfers, Peace of Mind


Custom solutions for your unique situation


Ensuring existing treatment/filtration systems offer continued protection

— Why Us

Healthy Water Now. Total Care for the Future.

SafeWell’s TotalCare cycle is designed to catch and prevent new, potentially harmful water quality issues before they become a problem

SafeWell's TotalCare Service is a 5-step continuum designed to keep your water healthy for life

Test for bacteria, nitrates, minerals, VOCs, radon in water, and physical characteristics

Analyze for health risks that might harm your family or your home

Treat to remove contaminants and optimize water quality

Maintain the system with regular filter changes and inspections

Monitor for changes by retesting, re-analyzing, and adjusting the treatment system on a regular schedule

We’ve Got You Covered!

SafeWell is a data driven, health focused company and has amassed an extensive understanding of water quality and treatment issues. SafeWell has full-time water quality scientists on staff to ensure the latest knowledge is at our fingertips. We never stop learning!

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Family Health

We’ll identify contaminants, inform you of the health risks, and install a custom treatment system to remove the contaminants and optimize the quality of your water.

If you want to protect your family from future water-related health issues, our TotalCare program is for you.

Home Health

We can fix all those problems and more.

We’ll install a custom treatment system that will remove the bad taste and odor and extend the life of your appliances, fixtures and pipes.

If you want to protect your home from future water quality problems, our Total Care program is for you.

— Protect your drinking water

Frequently Asked Question

Per- and PolyFluoroAlkyl Substances (PFAS) are a group of man-made chemicals that have been manufactured since the 1940s. They have been used extensively in common household products such as nonstick pans, food packaging (pizza boxes, microwave popcorn bags, etc.), clothing and upholstery protectors (GoreTex, Scotchgard, etc.), and some personal care products and cosmetics. PFAS were also an important ingredient in fire-fighting foam.

Most U.S. manufacturers have phased out the use of PFOA and PFOS, however, these chemicals are still produced internationally and can be imported into the U.S. in consumer goods such as carpet, leather and apparel, textiles, paper and packaging, coatings, rubber and plastics.

PFAS do not break down in water or soil and may be carried over great distances by wind, rain or groundwater. Much of the contamination that is being discovered today may have originated years ago before suspicion of the damaging environmental and health effects was raised.

Exposure to PFAS can lead to adverse human health effects.

The main sources of exposure to PFAS, particularly PFOA and PFOS, are food and drinking water that is contaminated with these chemicals.

PFAS may have entered groundwater from:

  • Industrial facilities where PFAS were produced or used to manufacture other products
  • Locations where firefighting foam was used for training, or car accidents
  • Leachate from landfills (including informal dumping sites)
  • Agricultural, commercial and residential application of PFAS-contaminated fertilizers (manufactured from municipal waste and sludge)

If you are concerned about the possibility of PFAS in your drinking water, contact us and we can provide you further information on testing.

Because PFAS don’t break down over time, they can build up in the environment and in our bodies.

Pregnant women, unborn fetus, and infants are the most susceptible to adverse health effects from PFAS. The two most common and studied forms of PFAS – PFOA and PFOS – have been associated with the following health effects:

  • Difficulty becoming pregnant
  • Low birth weight
  • Pregnancy-induced hypertension/pre-eclampsia
  • Preterm birth
  • Delayed puberty
  • Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Immune response suppression
  • Altered liver
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Osteoarthrisis

The only way to know if PFAS is present in your water is to test. If you’re not sure about testing your water for PFAS, think about the area you live to assess risk factors. As of 12/1/2019, 46% of homes we tested were positive for PFAS. If you have children in the home or elderly folks using your drinking water, we would recommend testing. If you are concerned about your health and the health of your family, consider testing.

Our PFAS testing service includes:

  • EPA 537 6 Analyses test plus Field Test Blank
  • A comprehensive well system inspection
  • A complete treatment system inspection
  • Groundwater monitoring and measurements
  • Expert guidance from our water quality specialists
  • 6-Star customer service
  • A comprehensive water quality report

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What They Say About Our Service

PFAS water testing

Lawrence Krakauer


We had a 2-stage 20-inch whole-house water filter installed. The estimator listened carefully to our objectives, and helped us determine what we needed. The installation was neatly laid out, and expertly done. The price was better than two other estimates we got. In fact, one of them was very substantially higher, yet it specified only 3/4 inch pipes instead of the 1 inch pipes SafeWell used. We are very happy with the results.