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Welcome to the GW information center! Here you will be able to find blog posts and articles pertaining to different issues CT residents face in the water treatment industry.

By GW-Inc, Apr 24 2017 06:21PM

When moving into a new home and having a private well for the first time may be daunting, these well care tips will aid in making the transition to Connecticut well water a smooth one!

How Often To Test?

Dug Wells - at least four (4) times per year

Drilled Wells - at least one (1) time per year

Water Quality - may fluctuate due to changes in the water table or a change in water usage. If there is a noticeable change in your water quality, a chemical test, as well as a bacteria test, is recommended.

Your well can be contaminated by:

Openings in the well seal

Improperly installed well casing

Well casing not deep enough

Well casing not sealed

A remote source of contamination not related to well construction

Make sure that:

Sanitary seal or well cap is securely in place and water-tight

Cap is at least 12 inches above the ground

Joints, cracks and connections in the well casing are sealed

Surface water does not pond near the well

Well pump and distribution systems are checked regularly

Changes in the quantity and quality of water are investigated immediately

If you have any questions on the water treatment of your well, don't hestitate to give us a call. We are always happy to help.

By GW-Inc, Apr 5 2017 03:30PM

Welcome to the GW Information Center. Here you will be able to find different articles and information pertaining to water treatment. As a family owned and operated business we pride ourselves on treating each and everyone of our customers like they are part of our family. We want to make sure you have as much knowledge about your water treatment unit and the water industry in general, so that you are getting the highest quality water that you deserve.

Check back often for new articles!

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