Common Questions About Living With Well Water

By Daniel Klein

If you’re not sure where your tap water comes from, the chances of it coming from a well are quite high. According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), 35% of the US population (more than 100 million people) receives their water from public supply wells. However, many don’t realize that their water comes from…

Flooding Poses an Increasing Risk to Well Water Supplies

By Daniel Klein

As climate change drives heavier flooding, more and more homeowners are at risk of their well water becoming contaminated. Flooding can introduce all sorts of contaminants into wells, from agricultural runoff to sewage backups. If your well is flooded, it’s important to have it tested for contaminants as soon as possible. In this blog post,…

How Often Should You Test Your Well Water?

By Daniel Klein

If you’re a homeowner who relies on well water, it’s important to test that water regularly for contaminants. But what is “regularly?” How often should you test your well water? Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. Depending on the condition of your well and the type of water you are using, you…

Is Water Filtration Important for Your Hot Tub?

By Daniel Klein

With cooler air descending upon us, ‘tis the season for warm blankets, fireplaces, après ski, and hot tubs. And if you own your own hot tub, ‘tis also the season to ensure that your water is clean and the filtration system is in working order. The last thing you want is to open your hot…

Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Well Water Filtration System

By Daniel Klein

Many Americans dream of escaping the hustle and bustle of city life for a quieter, more rural existence. But when such dreams come true, there’s always the need for a reality check, especially where utilities are involved. In the city, water arrives through household taps already filtered through a municipal water filtration system, so residents…