Owning a private water well comes with serious responsibilities, not the least of which is annual testing. As a property owner in New York State, it's your responsibility to test your well water every year and ensure it's safe for consumption. With that said, many well owners remain
Are you new to owning a private water well? If you're used to public water and sewer lines, then you may not be aware of how much upkeep a private water well requires. That's why we're putting together this brief overview of well maintenance. Let it be your starter guide to well ownership.
Diagnosing well problems can be a big challenge. All of the well's major components, including the water pipe and submersible pump, are located deep underground, which means they have to be physically extracted before your well technician can inspect them up close. Therefore, if you're
Want to get off the grid? You're not alone! Every year, more and more Americans decide they want to disconnect from public power, sewer, and water systems and become self-sufficient. Doing so comes with a lot of upfront work and continuous upkeep, but for the people who choose to make this
Most private well owners agree that disinfecting their wells and maintaining safe drinking water are top priorities. After all, as a private well owner, it's your sole responsibility for making sure your well water is clean and safe for consumption. You won't have anyone from the public water
Did you know that your well water can give you more than a way to shower, wash dishes, and hydrate? It can also give you heating and cooling! By drilling a geothermal well and connecting it to your home's HVAC ductwork, your well water can be used to generate and distribute warm or cool air