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If you receive your water from a private well, you’re ultimately responsible for your family’s water quality. While there are many organic and inorganic contaminants that are both naturally occurring and manmade, most can be easily detected through water analysis, some do not impact water quality, and almost all can be dealt with through some form of water treatment.

As a homeowner, your well is probably the most important asset you own. Your health and your family’s wellbeing rely on your well providing safe, high-quality drinking water. If you own a private well, you are responsible for scheduling periodic water testing and treating for any problems that water testing may uncover.

If you have a private well, the good news is that you have the benefits of low-cost, fresh and clean water for your family. Unfortunately, you’re also responsible for any problems that may arise with your well pump or water system.