NO WATER, Is Your Well Pump Working?

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This is known in the industry as a “no water” call. Customer calls 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. Usually, you can take a quick look at the well pressure gauge on your tank to have an idea of what the problem is:

  • Well Tank Pressure Gauge at 0 PSI 
  1. Check the power, is the breaker tripped? Can you see ...
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Selling A House With Well Water

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A customer recently contacted us, in a panic, about their well water having too much radon in it. They were selling their house and the potential buyers, tested the water for just about every contaminant possible. When they received the results, radon levels were almost four times the allowable limit for the state of Connecticut.  The sellers also requested they fix their well water tank and softener system. We receive phone calls, with similar situations, all of the time, maybe ...

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Why Is Bacteria In My Well Water And What Can I Do About It?

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What is bacteria?

Bacteria is a living, single celled organism. The most common form in well water is Coliform and another more specific form, E. coli (Escherichia coli). Both of these forms are tested in well water regularly because the presense of either will make the water non-potable (unsafe to drink). State Law In Connecticut ( Continue Reading →

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Common Mistakes Made when Choosing Well Water Treatment Systems

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Everyone makes mistakes. But there are mistakes made by people due to their lack of knowledge. I find myself in these situations a lot when I talk to clients. Unfortunately, some technicians do not put in any extra time when it comes to researching and diagnosing well water problems. The following are some common steps needed to determine the problem which will lead to the proper solutions.

  1. What is the problem? ASK, ASK, ASK. The customer knows best. You have been ...
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What is Radon and how it can affect you.

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Radon is a gas that has no color, odor, or taste and comes from the natural radioactive breakdown of uranium in the ground. You can’t see, smell or taste radon. It could, however, be a problem in your home. There two main ways that you can be exposed to Radon, either by the air in your home or in the water you drink.

If you live in an area with high radon in groundwater it can get into your private well. Showering, ...

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