If you rely on well water for your Raleigh home, your well pump is the central component to ensuring your home has consistent, clean water. This is the mechanism that draws the ground water out of the well and into your main water pipe going into your home. With proper well pump maintenance, your pump […]Read more
With cold weather starting to settle in, you’ve probably finished getting your Raleigh home ready for winter – adding extra weather strip and caulking gaps around windows, cleaning the fireplace, and storing or covering your outdoor furniture. But what about your well? Do you need to prepare your well for the winter to prevent freezing […]Read more
Your well pump is an essential component to ensuring your home has a steady source of fresh, clean water. With proper well maintenance, your well pump can last, on average of 8 to 15 years, though many homeowners report their pumps lasting far longer, often between 20 and 30 years!
However, owning a home with a well means that you’ll likely have to replace your well pump at some point, but how will you know when it’s time? To help you, we’re sharing the 10 signs you need a new well pump, and what those signs could mean instead!Read more
Lately, the Raleigh area has been noticeably drier than normal. In fact, much of Western and Central North Carolina, including parts of Wake and Chatham Counties, and all of Granville, Durham, Orange, and Chatham Counties are in a moderate drought. A moderate drought means that in addition to dry grass and stress on crops and […]Read more
Water plays a role in nearly every facet of your life, from drinking and cooking to personal hygiene to cleaning your home and maintaining your garden. This means you expect your water to be clean and fresh, sparkling clear and free of any odors or tastes. So what happens when the well water at your […]Read more
Unsafe levels of uranium have been found in Raleigh well water. Learn more about this issue and your options for testing and treating your well water.Read more
With warm weather and longer days arriving to Raleigh, if you’re like most homeowners, you’re ready to get outside, eager to plant your vegetable and flower gardens and bring your lawn back to life after a drab, gray winter. Perhaps you even use fertilizers, insecticides, and herbicides to keep your garden free of bugs and […]Read more