Let’s be real here, most of our New Year resolutions are to lose weight, get fit, help save the planet, or get better sleep. The key to both losing weight and getting fit are staying hydrated with clean water from Haynes Well. The signs of dehydration are subtle in the winter months but you’re still … Continue reading New Year Resolutions
Don’t let water issues get in your way for 2020! Moving into a new house and need a new well or a water inspection, we can help you with that. What are some of your New Year resolutions? Make sure you add having good clean well water to your list and call us so we … Continue reading New Year,New You!
We have put up our Christmas Tree here in the shop! Can you spot the well pump ornament? Pretty neat! Everyone decorates their tree differently, we would love to see your tree so post a picture in the comments. Continue reading It’s Starting To Look A Lot Like Christmas!
Finally my favorite time of the year, Fall! With the holidays coming up make sure that your well water is working properly and taste great! Go ahead and get everything that needs to be done now so you won’t have to rush to get the work done before family and friends come to celebrate the … Continue reading It’s Fall Y’all!
We have had a beautiful rainy summer, here’s to hoping we have an even better Fall! Colder weather, leaves falling, and football! Don’t let your well water problems get in the way of enjoying the new season! Call us today and we will come out fast and fix any issues you may have with your … Continue reading Can’t wait till Fall!
Call Haynes, 540-382-8251, for great tasting and soft-to-the-touch water that’s better for clothes, hair & skin health, plumbing, and appliance longevity. Continue reading Water Should Feel Soft, not rough…
How to catch the problem with your well or pump before you’re with out water. Nothing is worse than having no water especially when you could have had caught it early. Not all the time can things be caught before this point, however there are some instances where the problem can be caught before it … Continue reading How To Catch The Problem