Private Well Water Treatment

TREATING A PRIVATE WELL IS A VERY SPECIALIZED PROCESS. The only way to effectively treat well water is to know if any problems exist. If so, what the contaminant is and in what concentration is it present? Having your water completely analyzed is the only way to know in detail what it contains. We offer a low-cost DIY (Do It Yourself) third party independent certified testing laboratory analysis performed by National Testing Laboratories. The results from this analysis will include testing for over 90 possible elements and contaminants including bacteria, pesticides, herbicides, metals and chemicals. This is the starting point for designing water treatment for your water supply. With this analysis, along with a few more questions answered, we will then be able to specify the equipment needed to address your specific water quality.

We would only be guessing at the correct water treatment if a complete analysis is not performed. You cannot see, taste, or feel many of the harmful elements in the water. The only way to be sure of what is in your water is to have it tested by a certified laboratory. A complete water analysis is generally rather expensive, with our DIY easy to follow instructions sampling test kit, you can get the same accurate results at a fraction of the cost. You take the samples and mail them in their styrofoam container to the lab and in 7 to 10 days you will receive a detailed print out of the test results. Simple, reliable and economical.

Some of the harmful and aesthetically unpleasing elements that we regularly find and treat for are: iron, lead, nitrates, fluoride, arsenic, bacteria, manganese, hardness, low pH, VOCs, pesticides, herbicides, etc.

We offer a wide variety of water treatment solutions to correct most any problem from the removal of harmful contaminants to improving the taste or feel of your water. Here are a few of the treatment options we have available: water softening, ion exchange, distillation, ozone, reverse osmosis, ultra violet, cartridge and media filtration systems.

Along with a private water well, generally, there will be a septic system that needs consideration. What effect will the water treatment have on the septic system? We know the answer.