The Advantages of Well Water
Did you know that 13 percent of American households use a well for their water supply? That’s 42 million people! Many of those homes are located up and down the eastern side of the U.S. If you have recently bought a house that happens to rely on a well for its water, here’s how the system works.
Wells drilled deep down into the earth get water from veins of it that naturally run underground. A well pump brings the water topside and a pipe connected to a pressure tank flows it into your home’s piping system.
If you live in Western North Carolina or eastern Tennessee, you can count on the experts at Blue Ridge Waterworks to maintain and repair your new home’s water well system. Our skilled specialists have the expertise and knowledge to provide you with first-class service at reasonable prices! Our top priority is customer service and satisfaction.
Some residential lands are supplied by water from a public supply that travels through an arrangement of pipes. On the other hand, other homes are on land that is unable to be the recipients of public water because they are too far from civilization; or the homes sit on large properties that don’t lend themselves to or that aren’t feasible for running pipes the long distance to the home.
Owning your own water system has its values. Because it’s self-owned, your water supply company won’t be demanding payment. And, if your local municipality has a water main break, you won’t have to care because you won’t be affected by it. Well water can also include beneficial minerals and nutrients that aren’t in public water.
If you would like to talk to us about your water well or any of our other services, we invite you to give us a call (828-773-1590) or send us an email (info@BlueRidgeWaterworks.com). You can also message us via this website. We look forward to hearing from you!