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Preparing for Water Well Drilling and Installation

When installing a new well, the first step is securing a reputable, certified and insured contractor. The requirements can vary from state to state, so make sure you do your research and select a professional who not only meets state standards but al ...

Well Rehabilitation Verses Well Replacement

Should you rehabilitate your well or completely replace it? The answer isn’t as obvious as it may seem, because many times a well is salvageable even when it seems like a lost cause. Only a licensed, quality plumber can provide you with an estimate ...

Why Soften Your Well Water?

Most homeowners and landlords keep an eagle eye on the household budget, but an often overlooked part of the bottom line is hard water. It’s tough (literally and figuratively) because if you’re used to hard water, you have no way of comparing it ...

The Sad State of Your Water Bill

There’s no getting around it—Americans are using more water than ever and their water bill is reflecting it. Did you know that we use 127 percent more water than in the 1950s? It makes sense, what with dishwashers, the desire to have your full wa ...

3 Amazing Benefits of Well Water

Whether you’ve been depending on your trusty well for years or you’re considering buying a home with well water, you’re probably wondering about the pros and cons. This “ground water” doesn’t get chlorinated like city water does, which ca ...