Well Water Testing Analysis and Contamination in MA and NH – Lead in water

The fifth post in our series highlighting some of the contaminants that can be found in water wells. Northeast Water Wells is available to collect samples and test your well water for contaminants anytime. If you have a private well, regular water quality testing is very important. Northeast Water Wells recommends testing your well at… Read more »

Well Water Testing Analysis and Contamination in MA and NH – Copper in water

The third post in our series highlighting some of the contaminants that can be found in water wells.   Northeast Water Wells is available to collect samples and test your well water for contaminants anytime. If you have a private well, regular water quality testing is very important.  Northeast Water Wells recommends testing your well at… Read more »

Well Water Testing Analysis and Contamination in MA and NH – Arsenic in water

The second post in our series highlighting some of the contaminants that can be found in water wells.   Northeast Water Wells is available to collect samples and test your well water for contaminants anytime. If you have a private well, regular water quality testing is very important.  Northeast Water Wells recommends testing your well at… Read more »

Are you considering an Irrigation Water Well in Massachusetts and New Hampshire?

Irrigation Wells are becoming more and more popular among homeowners in the region. Many homeowners have invested thousands of dollars in lawn irrigation systems, and maintenance however a huge percentage of these homeowners and even commercial property owners rely on municipal water systems as the water supply to feed these systems. Today with droughts, water… Read more »

The Objective of Water Well Abandonment/ Decommisioning in MA and NH.

Many consumers do not understand the importance of water well abandonment also known as water well decommissioning. This Blog is dedicated to debuting the myth behind this often time confusing practice. The main concern regarding unused and/improperly abandoned wells is simple these wells are a direct and significant threat to the ground water quality and… Read more »

Municipal Water Rate Increases in Massachusetts 2013 Volume 1

Well everyone spring has seemingly sprung here in New England. Here at Northeast Water Wells Inc we are constantly monitoring the News for Municipal Water rate hikes that will directly impact the end consumer. We wanted to share a few reports that caught our attention within the past few months. Currently 5 towns in Massachusetts… Read more »