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Pros and Cons: Private Wells

Posted on: May 2nd, 2022 by eric No Comments

Not counting the electricity that you need to pump well water into the house and water treatment services costs, water that comes from a private well is practically free. Apart from that, the water is not chlorinated or fluoridated. Yet as nice as all this might sound, there are some aspects of well water that…

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What You Didn’t Know About Water Wells

Posted on: April 1st, 2022 by eric No Comments

Did you know that water wells are a great way to get your private water supply? If you’re not sure what a water well is, it’s a hole in the ground dug out to access groundwater. According to studies, groundwater is 20 to 30 times greater than the total quantity of all lakes, streams, and…

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Why Do I Have To Boil My Water?

Posted on: March 3rd, 2022 by eric No Comments

Boiling water is often something you are told to do in an emergency due to pollution from waterline breaks, extreme weather, and power outages. It is an innovative idea as boiling water will often kill harmful organisms and purify the water that you drink. It can remove microbes, bacteria, chemicals, and sediment. Ways to Purify…

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Tips to Keeping Your Water Tasting Great

Posted on: February 2nd, 2022 by eric No Comments

Water is classified under three categories: 0 to 60 mg/L as soft, 61 to 120 mg/L as moderately hard, 121 to 180 mg/L as hard, and finally above 180 mg/L as very hard. A water softener installation can help remove minerals that cause water hardness to make it fit for consumption. Here are the top…

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3 Signs Your Well System Needs Repair

Posted on: January 7th, 2022 by eric No Comments

Having a well can be a fantastic way to get an endless supply of water without paying a water bill. In the US, there are an estimated 13 million households getting their drinking water from a private well. However, that does not mean a well in maintenance-free. It will break down and need repair. Check…

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How Often Should You Have Your Well Water Tested?

Posted on: December 7th, 2021 by eric No Comments

There are about 15.0 million wells for water in the U.S., and each of those water sources should be tested to ensure water safety. Well water testing is an essential maintenance activity that anyone that depends on well water should do regularly. The question is not whether you should have well water testing done, it…

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A Guide to Well Maintenance

Posted on: November 9th, 2021 by eric No Comments

It is vital that private wells be analyzed, and certified that the wells are mechanically and biologically safe on a regular yearly basis. The test should also assure the absence of metals and nitrates. This will also assure that the well is clean It should also include a check for the presence of certain contaminants,…

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How to Choose a Water Well Drilling Company

Posted on: October 6th, 2021 by eric No Comments

One of the most important decisions you’ll make for your property is how to get access to clean water. You may be surprised to learn that more than 15% of the U.S. population gets their drinking water from private water wells with well pumps. While it may sound like a simple task, finding and selecting…

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How to Maintain Your Private Well Water System

Posted on: September 2nd, 2021 by eric No Comments

If you have a private water well system, you’re one of the over 13 million households that rely on private wells for their drinking water in the United States. It’s important to maintain your private water well system. Here are some top ways to maintain your well, to ensure that you keep your water supply…

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4 Advantages to Having a Private Well

Posted on: August 3rd, 2021 by eric No Comments

Water is a basic need, and this is just one of the reasons why well drilling is an important activity within any community. In rural and country homes, well drilling is pretty common, and so if you search for home listings in such areas you should expect to find that many have wells. If you…

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