Are There Microbes in Your Drinking Water?

Microbes include any type of organic materials such as algae, mold and bacteria. These materials cause your water to taste and smell earthy or woody. 
State and federal governments require water distribution centers to provide biologically safe water, but private wells do not.
Private wells are usually safe but can be affected by nearby septic systems, farm animal wastes or other sources of contamination. 
Shallow private wells, or those with cracked casings or linings, are most vulnerable to contamination.
Runoff from untreated water from rivers, lakes, ponds or streams is likely to contain unsafe levels of infectious microbes and can enter a well’s water, causing illness when ingested. Of the many infectious microorganisms found in the environment, bacteria (such as Shigella, Escherichia coli, Vibrio, and Salmonella), viruses (such as Norwalk virus and rotaviruses), and protozoans (such as Entamoeba, Giardia, and Cryptosporidium) may be found in water.
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Service & Installation Update

As we navigate the pandemic together, please know that we are still here and we are open. We continue to be your preferred water treatment provider in Delaware.  We are providing estimates and installation while maintaining social distancing through every step of the process. Rest assured, we can complete your project while maintaining the CDC recommended social distancing. We communicate with you every step of the way and are available for any questions or concerns you may have throughout the installation process. Please call us to schedule an estimate or installation at 302-732-9002. Please stay safe and well!

Welcome to our new blog!

Welcome to our new blog! 

Please check back for future posts. We will be sharing the latest water treatment news as well as tips to ensure you have safe drinking water. 

Whether you own a private well or pay for your water from a municipality, you should not have to worry about whether or not your water is safe to drink. 

A consultation with one of our water treatment specialists and some proper testing is a step in the right direction to obtaining your peace of mind.

We have been in business for over 50 years serving the local community. We know how to treat the water in this area and specialize in removing iron that is common in Sussex County, Delaware. We strive for 100% customer satisfaction which is why we take care of you from the install to the service call and beyond.

We look forward to working with you to help you meet all of your water needs! Please call us today at 302-732-9002 or visit our website for more information.