Whether you have a buried wellhead or an exposed (above-ground) wellhead, you should consider having a water-tight/bug-tight/breathable well cap on a well-head raised at least 18 inches above the ground level. This type of upgrade assures surface contaminants cannot pollute your water well or the source groundwater aquifer from which you draw your precious, pure … Continue reading Safe WELL Head Upgrades, Essential!
We are going on vacation, and I wondered how my well water stays fresh? The key to ground water’s naturally fresh state is that it is always flowing through rock formations underground and naturally purified on a continual basis. Since water constantly flows through your private water well, your water is always fresh. Water … Continue reading Well Water ALWAYS FRESH
Carbon can be added to cartridge filters as well as water softener systems to remove unpleasant smells and neutralize unwanted chemical contaminations. Particles of visible solids are also removed with the cartridge filter. A backwashing filter is also available that can remove even sand and mud from water. The gradient media normally has a 5-year … Continue reading Many Types of Water Filtration
Soft water virtually eliminates the buildup of mineral scaling in pipes and on water fixtures in the home and business. The advantages of water that does not have dissolved minerals include: cleaner laundry softer skin with less itching shinier hair that is easier to manage less time cleaning soap scum and spots from household fixtures … Continue reading Benefits of Soft Water
A water softener uses the process of ion exchange to remove minerals (i.e.: calcium, magnesium, iron, etc.) that are in solution contained in the water. Water filters range from simple cartridge filters that have to be periodically changed, to self-backwashing filters with different medias that can filter a multitude of solid particles. The Reverse Osmosis Filtration … Continue reading Water Softener or Water Filter?
Water is the Universal Solvent that can dissolve more substances than any other liquid and holds on to these substances such as iron, manganese, calcium, lead, nitrates, arsenic, etc. Well water passes through the surface of the ground and different layers of bedrock and sands, picking up minerals along the way. Municipal water is surface water … Continue reading Why do ALL homes and most businesses need some Water Filtration?