If the cause is a defective well or poor soil conditions, it can be difficult and costly to determine the exact spot of the contamination, let alone fix it. There are some seal and filter options you can discuss with our technicians.
To reduce costs, homeowners often opt for less expensive in-home removal options.
A sand filter removal device will strain sand and sediment particles from the well water before heading to the faucet. A centrifuge sand removal device takes in the well water, spins it within the device, moving the sand particles out through centrifugal force. While inexpensive, it increases energy costs and may not remove all clay-sized particles, which are smaller than sand.
To discuss your sand and sediment removal options, call Skillings & Sons, LLC at 1-800-441-6281.