Does cold weather affect your well?

Or, If the well is outside during the winter, why doesn't the water freeze? Cold conditions generally shorten the lives and usage of mechanical and electrical equipment used outside.  This generally includes all of the dozens of man made parts that make up a well. ...

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3 Reasons Why Wells FAIL Most Often

We get calls every day from those suddenly without water. You check the circuit breaker, check for leaks, and the water treatment equipment has been eliminated as the culprit. So, what's likely the problem?  Can you fix it? I don't know about you, but when I look...

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6 TIPS FOR WELL OWNERS DURING THE HURRICANE Weather is “active” in the southern Atlantic, and maybe several hurricanes will form.  Florence is currently forecast to make landfall on the East Coast of the US as a major hurricane. Well, at Well Guardian Corporation, our...

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How does rain affect well water?

Many homeowners often ask how rain can affect their well water?  Moderate snows in winter and an abundant rainfall in spring and summer means that the water tables will be higher than they were before the record drought, but does not assure your well will continue to...

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How do I avoid well water contamination?

There is a lot of peace of mind that comes from being off the grid of the municipal water supply. Contamination of the city water supply (e.g., Flint, Michigan) has far reaching negative effects for thousands of people. While it is true that a well owner operates...

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What’s In Your Well?

What's in Your Well and How Does It Work? Many WelGard® customers come to (and stay with) us precisely because the average homeowner typically does not understand what’s in their well and how it works. Even the most experienced “fixer uppers” and “do-it-yourselfers”...

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When the well runs dry

True Story:  When the well runs dry? WDTN News reported last week that a community of residents in rural Ohio are all suffering from dry wells.   Even though this occurred in “Bath” Township, residents there cannot take a bath; nor can they do their laundry, cook or...

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Why does my water have a “taste”?

Pure water has no taste. It is not uncommon for clients to tell us their water tastes sweet or metallic or they have concerns about their family drinking well water. Truth be told, pure water has no taste, but water can obtain tastes from any substances it comes into...

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