Category: Well Problems and Troubleshooting

I have no water and I own a water well ???

If you own a artisan or drilled water well at some time or another you will experience the dreaded No water. No waters typically occur at the worst times such as 4th of July when you have a houseful or people or those dreaded weekends when everyone is home with a stomach bug and you… Read more »

What you should know about purchasing a home with a Water Well?

Weather you are a first time homeowner or this is just your first time purchasing a home with a drilled water well as the main water source there are 3 main tests that are imperative to preform to ensure you are protecting your investment. Home inspectors are phenomenal at inspecting all aspects of the structure… Read more »

Preparing for a Hurricane: Generator Sizing for Water Wells

Power outages happen. The important thing is how you deal with the next one to come your way. We are approaching the heart of hurricane season, which means it’s time to learn how your well and generator work together. One of the most common questions asked is how to use a generator along with a… Read more »

What to do When your Well Runs Dry

Whenever it is warm out, there is a chance of your private well running dry. Most wells flow without problem through warmer months, but in areas of drought and a low level of groundwater there is a chance for them to run dry. Read on to learn about the signs of a dry well and… Read more »

Healthy Well Water = Happy Family!

Just like your car, your well and water system need to be regularly maintained. There are two main ways to do this; you can look at water quality issues or you can look at the well pumping mechanics. Northeast Water Wells Inc has many options when it comes to assisting you to maintain and improve… Read more »

Do You Have Iron In Your Water?

It is fairly common for someone to find iron in their well water. This is especially true in the New England area. The effects of iron being in your plumbing really come down to the amount of iron that is found in your water. Types of Iron and Levels Ferrous Iron is also known as… Read more »

Manganese in Your Water: What to Know

Manganese is something that can be found naturally in rocks and soil. This mineral is also sometimes found in your drinking water and while it won’t hurt you, it can be somewhat annoying. According to the EPA, manganese is known as a secondary contaminant. This means that the presence of manganese is usually accompanied by… Read more »

Reasons You May Deal With Low Well Water Pressure

For many, owning a home is an inevitable part of growing up and living out their dreams. They picture a picket fence and a red door with a tire swing out in front. One thing they don’t usually factor into that vision is the bills and headaches that tend to come with the upkeep of… Read more »

Assess your Well and Sell it Too!

When preparing to buy or sell a home, you think about a lot of things. Is the foundation sound? Have there been any recent updates? What is the neighborhood like? If you haven’t thought about whether your home has a well, then you should. Wells can be a great asset to a home; they should… Read more »

Bacteria in your Well Water?

When dealing with real estate and wells, many times there are bacteria in the sample results. Oftentimes this can be scary for the homeowners, especially those who don’t know much about wells. But fear not! There is an easy way to get rid of it all. Chlorination is a process that all local well companies should… Read more »