Pesticides can enter your well water and contaminate drinking water. The short-term effects include vomiting and longterm they can lead to cancer.
If your water well has a declining yield, there are options to get increase the rate of your water flow. Learn more.
A plastic water well casing is used in many states but if you're drilling a water well in New Hampshire, steel well casing is the right choice.
Corrosive well water is a health hazard that should be addressed. Learn about corrosion and what to do if you have it.
Annual water testing will help you know what is in your well water. learn how to evaluate a well water testing laboratory.
Learn how to get your water well back to producing clean drinking water after a flooding event through testing, disinfection, and equipment checks.
Perchlorate can be found in groundwater. Learn what Perchlorate water contamination is and why it is a health concern for New Hampshire residents.
View the towns in Massachusetts that may exceed the arsenic in drinking water standards and learn why water well testing is important.