Well water is an important source for many homes or farms. Very often this is the only source when a municipality doesn’t cover your location. Therefore, it’s critical to know how to build, maintain, and troubleshoot your well water. In this section, we’ll provide information on getting the best from your well.
Everything you need to know about well water quality and contaminants, including nitrates and heavy metals.
An old water well on your property may be dangerous if left unattended, but it can be decommissioned or rejuvenated.
The differences between well and city water and what is best for you. Learn about delivery methods, costs and water supply essentials
A well can run dry because of reduced precipitation, low water levels, high water consumption, water leaks, sandy soil, and well infill.
Gravel wells or wells near a stream can recharge as quickly as 24 hours. Other types of wells, however, may take several months to replenish.