How Well Water Pumps Work

How Well Water Pumps Work

Well water pumps are required to move water from your well, and create proper water pressure to your house faucets, showers, etc.  And since a pump is the most recognizable and frequently most troublesome component of the well system, we thought we would explain a bit...

Issues That Scare Off Homebuyers

The title of this entry comes from a great article on Trulia’s (www.trulia.com) blog called “8 Home Issues that Scare Off Buyers” from November 10, 2016.  I wanted to expand a bit on its’ list of “scary” items.  They included issues of: Roof Gutters Doors and windows...
Low Yielding Wells – Are They Bad?

Low Yielding Wells – Are They Bad?

Are you, or someone you know, worried about a low yield water well (less than 4 gallons per minute)?  Or might you be thinking about the purchase of a home, but are hesitant because the well yields less than 4 gallons per minute?  It’s a common response.  But...
What to Do About Low Yielding Well

What to Do About Low Yielding Well

What do you do if you live in a home with a well yielding only 1.6 gallons of water per minute? So let’s set up an example, which assumes that the well storage (in the ground) is 150 gallons—fairly normal—along with the implied additional storage of another 25 gallons...