Do You Need a Water Treatment System?

Do You Need a Water Treatment System?

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Pros and cons of a water treatment system. Pros and cons of a water treatment system.

July 28, 2016

An estimated 13 million households in America rely on privately owned and managed household wells for their water supply. The National Groundwater Association presents one of a series of stories we will air over the coming weeks to help well owners understand how to protect their drinking water quality and their health.

Treatment systems vary based on the problems you are having with your water and the extent of the issues.

Some things to consider when choosing a water treatment system: 

1. Will your treatment system be enough to solve the problem?

2. Discuss your needs with the water treatment specialist?

3. Will the treatment system be enough to treat your needs?

4. In addition to the cost of the water treatment system, what are the maintenance fees that will go along with it?

Watch the above video for more. 

Tune in next week when we cover well decommissioning on the Market Day Report.

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