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A Refreshing Solution
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Installation of a constant pressure well pump, water softener, chemical feed injection unit, and reverse osmosis drinking water unit.
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Copper pipe installation of an arsenic filtration unit and constant pressure well pump.
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Installation of a water softener and a ultraviolet light.
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No place too small for good water!
This unit went into a very tight space (15"x 28") and was plumbed so that it could easily be moved when the water heater needs replacement.
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Found this wasp nest in a customer's well cap. The well had failed the bacteria test - no wonder, there was all sorts of bug activity in that well.
Time for a water-tight, bug proof well cap and a well chlorination.
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A Commercial Softener installation. Triplex, progressive, water softening system capable of handling 100 gpm flow rates.
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Time for a new Flood Proof / Sanitary Well Cap?
With 2+ Feet of snow on the ground this week, and several run ins with some nasty critters in wells, I'm going to take a minute to talk about upgrading your well cap.  If you have an older home your well cap probably looks something like the old style cap photo.

It may be all PVC, and prettier, but the style of head is what i'm really referring to.  It has a solid cap that is tightened to the well casing. This style of cap (silver portion) is not water tight or bug free, as you can see in the critter photo a cap I recently inspected in Cape Saint Claire, MD.  The underside of the cap had spiders and bugs nested within.  They had gained access from the seams and the electrical conduit line.

So whats the answer?
Water Proof / Sanitary Well caps.  These caps have a gasket that forms a seal on the casing to prevent water intrusion during heavy snow and flooding, they can also be sealed to prevent bugs from crawling in and contaminating your water supply

If You are handy and comfortable working with electricity and plumbing, you could probably replace the cap for around $50-60 in parts.  If you would rather turn to the pros, were here to help. Give us a call 410-757-2992
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Think Hague for all of your water treatment and NOW PLUMBING NEEDS!
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Its Fix a Leak Week at Hague.
Interesting fact of the day, the average household wastes 30,000 gallons of water a year (Courtesy of the EPA). In AA Co. that can be over $130 in costs/fees every year.

There are lots of easy DIY fixes from flappers to gaskets, if you would prefer to leave that to the experts call the plumbing service crew at Hague Quality Water of Maryland 410-757-2992
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