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THE SKILLINGS BLOG

The knowledge center for well drilling, water treatment & testing, FAQs, tips and know-how.

New home construction in New Hampshire often means drilling a new well. Many water well drilling companies base their price on the depth of the new well, so new homeowners want to know how deep the well has to be dug to give them reliable, clean water. They know the deeper the well, the higher the cost.

With the climbing cost of home heating fuels, people across the Northeast have been looking for ways to make their homes more efficient during the winter. In addition, many are looking for cleaner alternatives to burning fossil fuels and have begun exploring green energy technologies for powering and heating their homes.

 

In this post, we take a look at the different kind of heating systems and how to decide which one is right for you.

When it comes to selling a home with well water, it’s important to ask is if the well is up to the task of providing enough quality water to meet the homeowner’s needs. Real estate agents should talk to the sellers and find out how old the well is, if there have been water supply issues in the past or if they’ve experienced a well or water pump failure recently. If the answer to any of these is yes, the home could have a low flow problem.

Learning the basics of geothermal technology options for your home or business will help you determine if this heating and cooling system is right for you.

Geothermal heat pumps have been used as a source for indoor heat and cooling since the 1940s, but there are still many property owners who don’t know all the options available through this energy efficient technology.