About Well Manager
The Well Manager Mission
Our mission at Well Manager is to give you more water and better performance from low-yielding wells and water systems.
Well Manager accomplishes its mission through products designed to:
- provide better plumbing performance from wells considered grossly inadequate or even unusable only a short time ago;
- remove the harmful effects of radon contamination from low-yield wells and city water supplies; and
- enhance the yield from inadequate city water systems.
Fulfilling this mission means, in some cases, developing sustainable water sources for people who do not currently have one because it is not possible to construct an adequate well where they live. In other cases, it requires an engineered system because the well cannot supply the peak demand need of the connected building or buildings.
The Well Manager family of patented, engineered, off-the-shelf solutions is the largest available anywhere and includes not only products for people with wells, but also for those unhappy with the performance of municipal water systems. As of today, there are approximately 1500 Well Manager systems in the field.
History of Well Manager
Well Manager was established in 2017 as a producer of low-yield, low-pressure water well solutions. Today, the company has expanded to provide solutions to water supply issues experienced by both well and city water users, and we specialize in providing a solution to remove radon gas from low-yield wells.
Well Manager – Since 2017
Born in the Sourland Mountain region of New Jersey, an area notorious for low-yield wells, Well Manager understands the hardships an inadequate water supply can create. It is this understanding, together with years of experience dealing with inadequate water sources, that inspired the development of our products from our inception through to the present day.
The first Well Manager was developed in the 1990s by Andy Reid of Reid Plumbing Products. Well Manager purchased Reid Plumbing Products in March of 2017 and began Well Manager LLC.
Today Well Manager offers a range of products to address the issues of low-yield, low-pressure wells, inadequate city water supply systems, and water radon mitigation.