MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
In Delaware, public and private water systems get their H2O from surface water like the Brandywine, White Clay and Red Clay creeks and reservoirs, or from groundwater aquifers.
About 80 percent of that drinking water is handled by a company, town or city. They're responsible for collecting, treating and distributing the water, according to state and federal rules and regulations. But for about 20 percent of Delaware residents who use private wells installed on their own properties, it’s up to them to test and treat their own water. Those people pull their drinking water from groundwater aquifers.
What is “groundwater?”
In the ground in Delaware, below the water table, it’s all water between the grains of sand or shells or whatever the aquifer matrix is.” A nearby well, when turned on, can tap into that water source and send it through underground pipes to a house or business, or a treatment facility before it heads to the neighborhood's hoses.
Water filtration can provide better tasting and better smelling drinking water by removing chlorine, chemicals, pesticides, heavy metals and bacterial contaminants. Point-of-use water filters remove lead from drinking water immediately prior to consumption, thus preventing this harmful substance from entering the body.
Call today and allow us to test your water and get you the proper water filtation needed. call today for service 320-723-3862