learn about well water treatment in connecticut

Did you know about 25% of people in Connecticut rely on residential wells for their daily water? Plus, private wells used for consumption in homes have no oversight or regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). As a result, nearly ¼ of homeowners in Connecticut are responsible for testing their water quality, maintaining their wells and incorporating the proper well water treatment to address any issues!

Well Water Testing Makes a Difference

Naturally, homeowners want to test their well water. In fact, remaining diligent about your water quality helps ensure safe water enters your home. The Connecticut Department of Public Health provides an overview on the importance well water testing.

To help, SolvIt Water offers a comprehensive water quality testing. Our well water tests evaluate the chemistry and characteristics of your water, including the following details:

  • Mineral Content
  • Hardness Level
  • pH Level
  • Iron & Manganese
  • Sediment
  • Odor
  • Color & Turbidity
  • Nitrate Level
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)

As a result, our experienced Water Quality Specialists provide peace of mind and the right information for making an informed decision. The tests yield immediate results and provide recommendations that will remedy any potential water quality issues discovered in the analysis.

Plus, we are happy to evaluate the performance of any existing equipment you have and inspect your well system. This includes your well pump, piping and pressure tank, so you can avoid the inconvenience of a disruption in your water supply.

Well Water Treatment Matters

Homeowners possess many option for proper well water treatment. However, according to the CDC no single treatment protects against all potential problems. As a result, various treatments are required for different reasons, such as:

  • Removing specific contaminants.
  • Taking extra precautions because a family member suffers from a weak immune system.
  • Improving the taste of drinking water.

Additionally, standard well water treatment systems come in two main categories.

Point of Use Well Water Treatment Systems

Point of use (POU) systems treat drinking water at the location where it is used the most. For example, SolvIt Water’s point-of-use systems use state-of-the-art reverse osmosis technology, which delivers a continuous supply of bottled-water quality water. Additionally, RO drinking water systems provide high-quality water for worry-free drinking or cooking right in your kitchen.

Point of Entry Well Water Treatment Systems

Point of Entry systems treat water throughout an entire residence. Generally, homeowners install these systems after the water meter. Point of entry systems treat water as it enters the home at every faucet.

As the CDC notes contact a qualified well water specialist to determine the best treatment option.

Well Water Treatment in Connecticut

In Connecticut, the Department of Public Health (DPH) offers guidance on selecting the most qualified water treatment specialist. In fact, the DPH does not maintain a list of well water treatment specialists or approved products. As a result, state officials recommend proper due diligence.

“When shopping for water treatment equipment, be a good consumer and do your research. The State of Connecticut does not license home water treatment devices and sometimes treatment installers may not have the appropriate license for the work they are performing. The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection (CT DCP) licenses plumbers, the following CT DCP plumbing license types include work related to water conditioning (treatment):  P1 & P2 – all plumbing and piping work J1 & J2 – limited to domestic water pumps and water conditioning.”

Finally, the state recommends searching via online sources or word mouth. Also, Connecticut residents should feel confident contacting the local health department for recommendations or the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection Occupational & Professional Licensing Division at (860) 713-6135 for more information on professional licenses.

As with choosing any contractor ask the right questions and work with someone that addresses your concerns.

SolvIt Water contains the proper licensure and experience to handle any situation. We are qualified water treatment specialists and offer a FREE in-home inspection. If you are worried about your well water, then contact us today!