There are two main purposes for water when it comes to your home or business: working water and drinking water. Carroll Water has trained professionals who service both. “Working water” is water used to help your home or business function (laundry, dishwasher, toilets, etc.). Drinking water is more than just the water you drink. Drinking water is any water that you drink or eat, including water used to clean fruits and vegetables, as well as any water used in general food preparations.
No matter what the purpose of your water is, we’re here to make sure you have the best water possible for you, your family and your business.
Simply put, our job is Purifying the Essential.
The simple answer is an annual water test is reasonable for most situations. However, there can be reasons to test water more frequently, such as:
- If there has been a major change in your water supply like a new well
- If you have recently replaced piping
- Expectant mothers, as well as infants, are more sensitive to high nitrate levels within the water supply
There are a variety of solutions for removing many of the contaminants in water, as well as delivery systems used to get the water to the point of use more efficiently.
Some decontamination equipment can include:
- Whole home water treatment systems
- Reverse Osmosis systems
- Water conditioning systems
We walk you through every step of the process, so you can understand all our recommendations and what is being done to protect you and your family.
Poor water pressure in a home is frequently the result of faulty or undersized equipment. Our team of professionals can evaluate your water pressure and offer solutions.
Some of the water delivery equipment we use includes:
- Water pressure tanks
- Well pumps
- Water pressure systems
- Gas and electric hot water tanks
- Geothermal heat pumps
Often, public water isn’t better or worse than well water. Both well water and public water can contain contaminants. Many residents are turning to professionals to install filters and systems to increase the life of laundry equipment, pipes, as well as to ensure their drinking water is of the highest quality.
There are several signs to look for if you think your well might be drying up:
- Water turbidity (murky or muddy water)
- Pockets of air or sputtering water from faucets
When this happens, our extensive expertise as a well drilling company means that we can give you the best recommendation regarding any well drilling. Often, drilling a new water well isn’t necessary, and the problem can be managed by understanding the positioning of the water pump and the state of the well in general. If well drilling is necessary, our customers can be assured that our well drilling experts will get it done right the first time.