Does how much water I use impact my electricity bill?

Did you know that current data indicates that, by some estimates, more than 20% of all energy consumption in the United States is utilized in pumping water?

Costs for electricity keep rising with increasing demand and increasing power generation costs. As the costs for electricity supplied from utilities spiral every upward; residential, agricultural, commercial and homeowner sectors are looking for ways to minimize the costs associated with pumping water.

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How to prevent your Well Pump from freezing this winter?

If your entire household relies on a well for drinking water and other needs, it is time you take the initiative to winterize it. Without proper maintenance, especially during winter, wells can easily freeze, and thus create a sudden and urgent need for Napa well pump repair work. Fortunately, well maintenance isn’t as hard as you may think. By following a few simple steps, you can rest assured your well will function well through the winter without any glitches.

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Signs you MAY Need YOUR WATER Well Pump Repaired

Did you know that roughly 15% of the population in the U.S., still uses potable water from water-wells? This makes the well pump one of the important day-to-day tools that requires maintenance and care. They work tirelessly to supply water to the entire home. So, how do you know when your water well pump is beginning to fail? Listed below are a few signs that indicate it is time to call your local well pump installation company in Solano County.

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How long will my submersible water well pump last?

Like all other machinery, a well pump ages and will ultimately need a replacement. Deciding whether to replace or repair your well pump hinges upon many different factors. Two of the main deciding factors, is the age of your well pump and defaults in it. Listed below are a few of the signs that your well pump needs attention.

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Well Water Treatment Systems Can Remove Iron and Manganese common in the Napa Valley

If you're receiving your water from a private pump or another local water source, there's a good chance it could be contaminated with iron or manganese.  These metals are naturally occurring and have a tendency to make it into groundwater. 

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