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Well Manager’s Low Yield Water Well Solutions | Well Manager’s Low Pressure Water Well Solutions
The Solution to Low Water Pressure and Volume
A steady supply of running water is something we often take for granted – until we don’t have it. When no water comes out of your tap or the water pressure is very low, Well Manager can help you! We have clean, green alternatives to fracking with our low yield water well solutions.
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Well Water Management Solutions
A typical well will only refill the pressure tank when you start using water. When the pressure tank is filled, the pump will turn off. That means while you’re away at work during the day, your well is producing water, but the water is not collected into your home’s reservoir. Well Manager® allows you to take advantage of all the water your well is capable of producing by adjusting the pump controller so that it continues to collect and store water even while the water in your home is not in use. This provides you with a surplus of water to keep up with the demands of your lifestyle.
Don’t believe those who tell you your pressure storage tank is too small. Lesser providers may try to sell you a large storage tank buried in the ground controlled by a float. However, these systems may actually damage your well by over-pumping it. Our well management systems work with smaller tanks and are designed to prevent over-pumping, keeping your system in perfect working order while providing and managing the amount of water you need for normal domestic use.
City Water Management Solutions
A MuniBoost pump system may be the answer to your pressure and volume problem. The MuniBoost allows city water customers to overcome issues with low water pressure, volume, or intermittent service.
Water Radon Mitigation Solutions
Radon is a radioactive gas hazardous to humans and commonly found in basements and water sources. To avoid health risks associated with radon exposure, the gas must be removed from both the air in your home and your water.
Radon is removed from water through an aeration process. Traditional water radon mitigation methods can only reach so deep into a well, making these traditional methods ineffective for low-yield wells. Well Manager’s Radon Watcher is designed to work with low-yield wells. This system introduces aeration during the water collection process. As water is collected from your well, gases (radon, methane, & sulfur) are removed and carried up through a ventilation pipe for release outside of your home.
Well Manager’s Radon Watcher protects your well from over pumping and eliminates the need for multiple systems that otherwise would be necessary to boost pressure and volume and remove radon from a low-yielding well.
We get more pressure with longer use ...
“The main difference with the Well Manager is water pressure. We get more pressure with longer use of water from many outlets.”
Joe B. Stevens – Sourland Mountains, NJ
Now we can shower, wash clothes, run the dishwasher and have plenty of water!!
Background: A large home under ten years old. Wells in the neighborhood were suffering.
“Before Well Manager we couldn’t run the dishwasher and the washer at the same time! Now we can shower, wash clothes, run the dishwasher and have plenty of water!! We even installed a sprinkler system for our lawn. This has been possible only with Well Manager.”
John E. Warren – Northern New Jersey
The Well Manager Provides All The Water That We Need...
Background: Tom lives in an area notorious for poor wells. The neighbors run out if they are not careful.
“Under heavy demand the well would run dry. The recharge rate is 1/2 gpm. The Well Manager provides all the water that we need daily and always has lots of extra water on hand. Our tanks are usually always full.”
Thomas Thompson – Binghamton, New York