Most Lehigh Valley Home Buyers don't care about how the house gets water but do want to make sure it is potable, ok to drink, and they will not run out of water.
When purchasing a home, a buyer can request a contingency for the water to be tested. Water can be tested for many things but when their is an on-site well typically at least a lead and coliform test are done.
Depending on the mortgage type, a specific set of tests may be requested and the mortgage company will want a copy of the results. FHA mortgages come to mind with specific water tests.
Another test on a house with an on-site well is a capacity test. Does the well provide enough water to provide for me and my family?
If water capacity is a concern the Lehigh Valley Home Buyer should let their home inspector know so that adequate testing can be done
For Community Water and Public Water, the home buyer is less concerned about testing and capacity.
Even so, a home buyer can still do testing and check capacity.
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