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Hiring Well Pump Installers? Ask These 7 Questions

If you’re loving summer and dreading the autumn, winter, and school days ahead, then the last thing you want to deal with is a home repair. But pump break downs and problems can happen without notice, especially if you haven’t had your well serviced lately. Low water pressure, no water at all, and even stinky or off-color water can indicate a problem with the water or pump. If you have concerns about your well pump, it may be time to call your local well pump installers and ask them these important questions to find out which one is the right company to help you get your home back to normal. […]

By | September 3rd, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments

To Soften or Not to Soften Your Water?

Did you know that hard water can cause dry skin, dry hair, stained bathtubs, and can even increase the cost of your water bill? We’ve all heard of hard water, but not all of us know what exactly makes water ‘hard’. In simple terms, hard water happens when there’s a large concentration of calcium and magnesium found in your plumbing!  While finding high concentrations of these minerals in your plumbing system isn’t a health risk, it can have a huge impact on the quality of your life, not to mention the health of your water system! So, will you need water softeners? Keep on reading to find out! […]

By | August 20th, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments

How Often Should Homeowner’s Schedule Well Water Maintenance?

If you’re living on a property with well water, you need to give it the proper maintenance or you run the risk of getting sick. When you live in a house with a well, you’ve got a different set of responsibilities to look after. As with city water, your well will most likely work most of the time, but there are going to be occasions when something tastes or looks a little off or the water just doesn’t turn on. That’s when you have to call in the professionals. You may feel like you can handle this problem on your own if you’re trying to cut costs or be self-sufficient, but don’t work on your water well if you’re not positive of how to fix it. Furthermore, regular maintenance will be the key to avoiding those well water headaches. Let’s talk about how often you should schedule private well maintenance. […]

By | August 6th, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments

How Often Should You Test Your Well Water?

Are you among the 300,000 Arizonans that get water from private wells? Did you know that well water needs to be tested and certified fit for its intended use? Did you know there are different tests conducted on well water? Regular well water testing allows you to identify water-related problems and select the appropriate treatment. [...]

By | July 23rd, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments

What Is a Well Pump Control Box and How Does It Work?

When you own a home with a well, problems can arise unexpectedly. Fortunately for you, there are measures that you can take to ensure that you have little to no problems with your well’s water system. A nice, sturdy well pump control box will let you enjoy the comfort of having water, and avoid a lot of problems and fees that come with bad ones. What is a well pump control box and what does it do exactly? Continue reading to learn more. […]

By | July 9th, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments

Low Water Pressure: A Troubleshooter’s Guide to Well Water Pressure Problems

Every person in the U.S. uses, on average, 80 to 100 gallons of water per day. If you have opted not to use the city or county supply of water, you likely have well water. While well water offers many benefits over a traditional water supply, especially if you have a swimming pool or another outside water feature, there are issues that can arise with the supply. When this happens, the water pressure you have access to may suffer. If you have noticed low water pressure, then the issue may be directly related to your well pump or tank. Keep reading to learn about some of the most common causes of low water pressure and what you can do to fix them. […]

By | June 25th, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments

Lawn Fertilization and Wells: A Guide to Preventing Fertilizer Pollution in Water

More than 15 million households in the United States rely on a private home well for their drinking water. That number grows even larger when you realize it does not include the many businesses that also rely on well water for normal operations. […]

By | June 4th, 2019|Residential Well Services|Comments Off on Lawn Fertilization and Wells: A Guide to Preventing Fertilizer Pollution in Water

Everything Looks Well: A Quick-And-Easy Well Inspection Checklist

Well water is a key drinking source for people in the United States. In fact, an estimated 13 million households rely on wells for their drinking water. And that means contamination can be disastrous.  We’re here to help. We’ve simplified well inspection to make well water testing easy. Read on for an easy well inspection checklist. […]

By | May 21st, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments

Chlorine in Tap Water: How to Dechlorinate Water from Your Well

Do you love the smell of chlorine in your morning coffee? Yeah, most people don’t. But when it comes to our drinking water, chlorine is a necessary evil.  The chlorine in tap water kills deadly bacteria, viruses, and protozoans. And chlorine is safe in small amounts, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  But that doesn’t make it taste any better. If you use a water well, chances are you know how to shock your well with chlorine to remove bacteria. But do you know how to remove chlorine from water?  From natural remedies to more permanent solutions, you can achieve tasty dechlorinated water with a variety of methods.   […]

By | May 7th, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments

The Ultimate Debate in Home Utilities: Well Water vs. City Water

Wells provide water for around 42 million Americans. The rest of the population, around 282 million people, get their water from a city water supply. There is a fundamental well water vs. city water debate that rages on. Well water proponents cite factors like the taste as making well water superior. City water advocates argue that their treatment plans make water safer. So, let’s dig into some of the main arguments about the two types of water supplies. […]

By | April 16th, 2019|Residential Well Services|0 Comments