Friday, November 28, 2014

Here's How To... Test a Well.


Clean drinking water is a top priority for families. But homeowners who rely solely on well water can be open to certain risks.

If your water is provided by a city or county source, it isn't necessary to have it tested unless an in-house contamination is suspected. Public and municipal water supplies are routinely tested and must meet Environmental Protection Agency standards.

Well water can become contaminated from various sources and can make homeowners sick. Since there are no federal or state monitoring regulations for private wells, it is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure their well water is safe to drink.

Follow the link to... Test a Well.

Here's How To...
How To Do It
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Artwork: Farmer and his wife drilling water well with cable tools in Pie Town, New Mexico.

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