Well Water Problems and How We Solve Them
Common well water problems include contamination, sputtering faucets, and low water pressure. These problems indicate that the well is not performing at its best and is delivering water at a slower rate than necessary. Wells that function in this way are called low yield wells and they can make tasks such as taking a shower or making a cup of coffee challenging.
What Causes Low Yield Wells?
- Rock/Clay aquifers
- Poorly drilled or constructed well
- Submersible pump is improperly placed
- Bacteria from iron
- Well design or construction is unfinished
- Too much pumping
How Does a Well Manager System Solve These Problems?
A Well Manager system solves these problems by:
- Producing a consistent supply of water for low-yield water wells, even during droughts
- Preventing pumping equipment from running dry
- Preventing low well water pressure
- Protecting your well from damage caused by over pumping, which can cause contamination
- Working reliably no matter the amount of sand and grit produced in the well
A Well Manager type solution is often not considered when there is low yield or low pressure. Prior to drilling a new well or making other expensive changes, compare the costs below:
* Dependent on the ground, depth, and other factors.
** In addition to drilling a well, you also need a water system that includes a pump, storage tank, piping, electrical wiring and a control panel.
Solve Your Well Water Problems Today
If you experience any of the common well water problems below and are looking to solve them, then a Well Manager system can help you. Well Manager understands the hardships that low well water pressure and an inadequate water supply can create. So, it is our mission to make sure those with low yield wells always have a supply of water to access.