Well Water Essentials
Upgrading Your Well Tank: When is it Time to Invest in a New Model?
Debunking Common Misconceptions of Water Treatment
How Long Do Water Softeners Last?
What You Need to Know About the Lifespan of a Water Softener
Hard water affects almost 90% of homes in the United States. Whether you’re dealing with hard water or not, you may be considering investing in a water softener for your home. Before doing so, it is important to understand how long a water softener will last so that you can make an informed decision about your purchase. Let’s break down what affects the lifespan of a water softener and what steps you can take to ensure that yours lasts as long as possible.
How Does a Water Filtration System Work?
Water Filtration Systems Explained
Are you concerned about the quality of your drinking water? Are there too many impurities or contaminants getting in and making it cloudy or smelly? Investing in a water filtration system is one of the best ways to ensure that your family has access to clean, safe drinking water.
But how does a water filtration system work, exactly? In this blog post, we'll explain how these systems can help improve the safety and taste of your tap water, as well as discuss different types of filters available on the market today. Read on to learn more!
How Water Softeners Can Affect Plants
Understanding How Water Softeners Affect Your Plants
Are you considering installing a water softener in your home? If so, you may be wondering how the process will affect your plants. Water softeners are designed to remove mineral deposits from hard water, such as calcium and magnesium. While this is an effective way to improve water quality for drinking and bathing, it can also affect the health of your plants if not used correctly.
In this blog post, we’ll explore how water softeners can affect your plants and how to protect them from any potential damage.
How Fall Leaves May Affect Your Well Water
Don't Let Fall Leaves Ruin Your Well Water — Here's What You Need to Know!
Fall is an exciting time of year when the weather cools down, the leaves change color and the holiday season is right around the corner! But as you rake up piles of leaves and enjoy being outdoors, keep in mind that these seemingly harmless little piles can actually have harmful effects on your well water if they are not properly disposed of.
Here’s what you need to know about how fall leaves may affect your well and how to prevent them from contaminating your water supply.
Effective Ways To Save Water At Home
Best Practices to Reduce Water Usage
In today’s world, many of us strive for an eco-friendly lifestyle to protect our planet by conserving natural resources. Did you know that according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the average family uses more than 300 gallons of water per day? You don’t have to be a part of this statistic – keep reading to discover different methods to save H2O at home.
Summer Well Maintenance Tips
Tips to Maintain Your Well During the Summer
Your home’s plumbing should always be taken care of properly. If you have a well system, you should consider understanding how to maintain it. From the team of water technicians at Water Dr. LLC, here is a list of tips on well maintenance advice for the summer. Read on to learn more so that you can increase the longevity of your well.
The Risks of Radon in Your Water Supply
Signs That Your Water Heater May Be Failing
Well Maintenance 101
Expert Water Well Maintenance Tips From the Water Dr.
As the seasons' change, heavy rains, snow, and long periods of dryness can affect your well’s performance and health.
Wells are an excellent way of providing high-quality water throughout your property; however, to ensure it remains safe, it is indispensable that you practice regular maintenance routines.
How Long Will a Whole Home Water Filter Last?
When To Replace Your Home Water Filter
Installing a full home water filter is an excellent way to ensure you get fresh, clean water from every faucet. However, water filtration systems need some maintenance to continue working properly; replacing the filters before they become too clogged or worn out is an essential step. Read on and learn to recognize the signs that tell you it is time for a new filter!
What Causes Bacteria to Grow in Well Water?
The Benefits of a Home Water Filtration System
5 Benefits of a Home Water Filtration System
From staying hydrated to cooking and cleaning, water is an essential part of our lives. Unfortunately, even after treatment, tap water is often loaded with contaminants such as chlorine, bacteria, aluminum, pesticides, herbicides, and more. Furthermore, mineral deposits can damage your plumbing and water-based appliances over time.
The most effective way to ensure that the water you use daily is as pure as possible is to install a whole-home water filtration system.
Water Filtration vs. Water Softeners
The Difference Between Water Filtration and Water Softening
If you’re looking to improve the quality of water in your Connecticut home, there’s a chance you’ve heard of either a water filtration system, water softener, or both. While these groundbreaking plumbing problem-solvers appear to do the same thing, they actually serve different purposes.
Here’s what you need to know about each water treatment solution before making a choice.
Troubleshooting Your Well Tank Issues
Basic Annual Maintenance
Many homeowners are unaware of the maintenance requirements of the average well water system. The Water Dr. recommends servicing a well water system yearly.
No Water, Is Your Well Pump Working?
This is known in the industry as a “no water” call. Customers call us to tell us that there is no water coming out of any of their faucets. This is always an emergency situation and we prioritize it as such.
The Value of Routine Well Water System Maintenance
The Water Dr. LLC is a professional well water company, looking to educate homeowners on the basics of maintaining well water systems.
Maintaining Your Well System Should Be Done Annually
Maintaining your well water system is important. Education and practice of regular well maintenance will not only help reduce risks to your current system, but also prevent expensive and inconvenient repairs.
Healthy Well Water
Are You Sick of Having Low Water Pressure?
When low water pressure becomes a constant problem, here are three issues that could be the main cause.
How To Solve Hard Water Issues
When hard water comes into contact with your home's pipes, it can lead to a host of problems. These issues include scale buildup on the lines and in-home plumbing, rusting fixtures, clogged drains, high water bills, and difficulty cleaning. The solution is as simple as making sure you're using the right tools for the job.