Brown Well Supply and Well Services in Salisbury NC
Water Filtration, Water Softeners and Whole House Filter Solutions
Having your own well to supply your home or business with clean and safe water has its share of advantages. Those without a well, perhaps at a home site or vacation property, may be looking to add a well. When that decision is made, hiring a professional well drilling service cannot be overstated.
Forget about ancient images of shovels accompanied by days and days of digging. Modern machinery has made well drilling a much quicker task. However, most people do not have access to...
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There is a lot to know about water softeners Salisbury, although not everyone is privy to all of the finer points that come with this type of water system. Here is a look at six of the most popular myths about water softeners and the actually truths.
Myth #1: Water that has been softened actually feels soft or slick on the skin.
Truth: The term soft water describes water that has a decreased level of ions. While there is a..
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Reverse Osmosis may sound like a bit of a complex procedure for a home water filtration system. However, it has proven to be an effective way of ensuring that a home is always supplied with clean water and here is a closer look at how it works.
The Reverse Osmosis (RO) process ultimately results in the production of purified water which has the capability of extracting contaminants while also separating small molecules and ions. Essentially, the RO process is one that is capable of removing salt from salt water and turning it into drinking water. That kind of process can be applied to home based systems in which water is purified. An RO system typically treats three different kinds of water: saltwater, fresh water and brackish water. Fresh water is...
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Many homeowners have opted for the convenience of a water well, as opposed to relying on water provided by their local municipality. But not all homeowners are well versed when it comes to the specifics of how a private well operates. In this article, Brown Well Supply Salisbury NC will give us a closer look at some important things to know about private water wells.
Well Water Supply
The water from a well comes from a collection of permeable rock beneath the earth, which is called an aquifer. There are also three types of wells. The first is a Dug Well, which is a rather shallow well. Next is a Drilled Well, which is created with a big drill bit. Lastly, there is a...
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Running water is something that a lot of people take for granted as it is used so frequently over the course of a day. What many people fail to realize is the amount of impurities they can be exposed to by simply turning on a faucet. That is why it is important for homeowners to install water filtration systems. In this article, Brown Well Supply in Salisbury NC provides a closer look at all the benefits water filtration systems can bring to your home and family.
Just because you cannot see bacteria does not mean it is not in your drinking water. There are also microscopic parasites that live in...
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Some states require well reporting and have actually made it mandatory by law. A variety of processes are improved when there are more well reports available. However, it is not up to homeowners to fill out these reports, but they should make it a point to hang onto a copy of them.
Homeowners are given copies of these reports, although some can be withheld until full payment is made to the company entrusted with well drilling Salisbury NC or repair. Within a well report is the location of the well, its depth and diameter. The water level is also.....
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Located at the bottom of the well, there is a pump, which serves the function of drawing water. This particular pump is intended to operate as needed, although it requires regular maintenance. As long as that maintenance is conducted, a pump can last up to an entire decade. However, when a pump starts to falter, there are several warning signs.
With close to 150 years in the North Carolina well drilling and supply industry, Brown Well Supply Company knows...
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All water contains fluoride, although there are times when it can become problematic. When consumed in the proper amounts, fluoride can help strengthen both teeth and bones. There are even public water systems that actually add fluoride to enhance those benefits, especially the prevention of tooth decay. This is often done because too little fluoride can have ill effects on teeth and gums.
As beneficial as it can be, too much fluoride can have adverse effects...
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People who live in big cities rarely have to worry about their water supply being treated because that is a duty entrusted to the city or municipality. The water coming into their homes is supposed to be treated and tested. However, the same cannot be
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Well repair is not something that is an everyday topic of conversation among homeowners. However, when a problem arises with a well, it quickly becomes a top priority. And when that time arrives, it is important to know exactly why there is a need for well repair. Here is a look at some of the signs that indicate Salisbury NC well repair is needed.
Wear and Tear
Wells are used every day and time is eventually going to take its toll. A well pump usually is expected to last an average of 10 years. There are numerous factors which will provide your well with another couple of years of use, or take away a couple of years. Those factors include the water quality, frequency of use and level of sediment in the water.
There is a lot to know about water softeners, although not everyone is privy to all of the finer points that come with this type of filtering system. Here is a look at six of the most popular myths about water softeners and the actually truths.
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Homeowners can experience a great deal of benefits when they opt to use well water. It is always a good move to invest in either well drilling or well repair and here is a look at why that is such a favorable option.
Takes Away Water Bills
The use of well water does not come with the high prices that is synonymous with most water usage. As long as there is water in the well, it is free to use. That means you ...
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Many homeowners have opted for the convenience of a water well, as opposed to relying on water provided by their local municipality. But not all homeowners are well versed when it comes to the specifics of how a private well operates. In this article, Brown Well Supply of Salisbury NC will give us a closer look at some important things to know about private water wells.
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Not everyone is going to able to tell the difference between hard and soft water. Fortunately, there are several warning signs that help make that distinction and here’s a glimpse at how to tell if you need a Salisbury NC water softener installed in your home.
First, it is important to identify the issues that are a result of hard water. Homemakers experience a good deal of problems with hard water. One of those problems is that hard water leaves deposits of soap detergent on clothes during the washing process. This can result in...
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Brown Well Supply provides expert well drilling and well repair at affordable prices. Plus Water Filtration, Water Softeners and Whole House Filter Solutions.