What Is In My Water?
To test or not to test, that is the question. When there appears to be something off and leaves you wondering what is in my water!?
Water containing carcinogens like arsenic is odorless and tasteless. Water testing is important for health. Water traveling through municipal and city utilities can take 3-5 day in old pipes before it reaches your house. Very often water wells offer a supply of reliable water in its most natural raw state. Water wells should be initially tested to determine if the water
is safe prior to consumption. It is also suggested that all clients know about their water specifics, so that a property treatment plan can be devised to best meet client needs.
Large diameter wells are particularly more susceptible to bacteria partly because they are closer to the surface and open to atmospheric air. Often contamination is a concern and need to be avoided. Small Diameter wells can also be contaminated mostly thorough the well itself or along the annulus if not grouted property. Some small diameter wells are more susceptible to water with higher mineral counts.
Yet in reality, poor water can be found deep and poor water can be found shallow. It is best to test large diameter wells every year. Small diameter wells generally don’t need testing as often but if you notice any water quality changes, it is important to stay on top of it.
Wolverine Drilling Inc. is one of the leading water well contractors in Saskatchewan. We have a great deal of experience with well monitoring and servicing all over Saskatchewan.
Contact us directly at 306-682-4647 to schedule well monitoring services for your land or municipality water wells.