Below are some frequently asked questions about well water treatment systems. If your question is not on this list give us a call at (717) 691-8632.
How does a well water treatment system work?
This depends on the system. Well water treatment systems use filters, membranes, ozone generators, UV light, and more to filter contaminants, bacteria, and organic pollutants typically found in well water.
How much does a well water treatment system cost?
The cost of a well water treatment system can vary depending on the needs of the individual and the contaminants in the water. When determining the cost of a water treatment system take advantage of warranty, rental options, or financing options to determine what is best for your budget.
How do I know what’s in my water?
Contact us to schedule a visit for a complimentary on-site water testing at your home or business. We’ll make recommendations for treating your water based on the test results. For additional necessary tests that cannot be done on-site, we work with a local, reputable and certified lab.
Which type of well water treatment system should I purchase?
This is a loaded question because there are too many variables that play a factor in deciding what well water treatment system to purchase. What size is the well? What contaminants (if any) are present in the water? What size is the house? What is the water being used for? Etc. To determine what system will work best for you it is best to call an experienced well water treatment company/specialist.
Once installed does well water treatment equipment require any service or maintenance?
All well water treatment equipment needs occasional maintenance such as the replacement of filters/membranes. It is best to follow the manufacturer’s recommended instructions. Another option is to hire a water treatment company (like us!) who will regularly schedule maintenance for your system.
Is well water safe to drink?
When treated properly well water is safe to drink. However, it is recommended that you test your water regularly for contaminants that may be harmful to ingest.