Tag: real estate agents

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 »

Installing a New Drilled Water Well In Massachusetts and New Hampshire

If you are a homeowner or building a home in Massachusetts or New Hampshire that has been considering installing a drilled water well to suit your home or an irrigation water well this article has been written to help you further understand the process. The first step when considering this type of project would be… Read more »

I’m buying a home and the Water Well system tested positive to Bacteria???

I’m buying a home and the well tested positive for Bacteria ???? One of the most common calls we get in the Northeast Water Wells office is that either during real estate transfer or during routine testing it was discovered that bacteria is present in the well. This sounds very scary and it is, its… Read more »

Top 5 Reason Consumers in Massachusetts and New hampshire consider drilling water wells today.

Top 5 Reasons Consumers Consider Drilling Water Wells! At Northeast our main focus is providing consumers with quality water wells and water well pumping systems to families and businesses across Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Our company Northeast Water Wells Inc has been in operation since 1966 and over the years the Top 5 reasons consumers… Read more »

Bacteria in Water Well Water in Massachusetts and New Hampshire

Bacteria in Well water are one of the most common contaminants that come up present during both routine water quality testing and real estate transfer testing. What many homeowners do not realize is according to the EPA the Environmental Protection Agency a Federal regulatory agency and DEP Department of Environmental Protection Agency for Massachusetts and… Read more »

Real Estate Transfer Testing in MA & NH

Are you planning to buy or sell a home with a water well? There may be testing required in your area. Some towns/cities have requirements for real estate transfer for water wells. If there are no town/state regulations regarding property transfer for water wells there may be requirements from the lending institution. Northeast Water Wells… Read more »

Arsenic is present in one in five water wells in New Hampshire reports NHPR

  Arsenic is present in 1 in 5 wells inNew Hampshire  Just this past monthNew Hampshirepublic radio featured an article regarding the presence of Arsenic inNew Hampshirewater wells urging water well owners to test water at the recommendation of the Department of Environmental Safety. I personally can attest as not only as a water well professional… Read more »

Constant Pressure Pumping Systems Todays Standard with Massachusetts and New Hampshire Well Owners

Five years ago the terminology of Constant pressure pumps, VFD pumps or Variable frequency drives seemed foreign however today it’s what everyone is looking for. The purpose of these systems is to provide the send consumer with a constant pressure feed to there business or residence, however constant pressure pumping is not the only benefit… Read more »

Water Quality Testing what you need to know in Massachusetts (MA) and New Hampshire (NH).

Many homeowners do not follow a regular water quality testing regimen. At Northeast Water Wells Inc we always recommended the following water quality testing protocols to all homeowners: Bacteria test yearly, Basic water Quality test every 2-3 years, Comprehensive Water Quality test every 3-5 years and Extensive Water Quality test to include a VOC (… Read more »