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Running Dry: What Happens With A Dry Well

2020-12-01T05:22:39+00:00January 22nd, 2021|Categories: Articles|

A question that we often get is whether water wells can run out of water. The short answer is yes. When this happens, it is referred to as “running dry”. In this article, we will discuss what it means for a well to be “running dry” and your options to resolve the issue. What Does “Run [...]

How To Tell You Need To Replace Your Well Pump

2020-12-01T05:17:29+00:00January 15th, 2021|Categories: Articles|

Well pumps are an instrumental component of your water well.  Without a pump, you will not be able to draw water from your well and into your home.  The lifespan of most well pumps is around 15 years with proper regular maintenance. What happens when a well pump reached the end of its lifespan? How can [...]

Preparing Your Well For Cold Weather

2020-12-01T05:13:41+00:00January 8th, 2021|Categories: Articles|

Florida does not usually suffer from cold conditions that plague the rest of the United States. However, cold weather, associated with the winter season, might cause problems in a drinking well system. In this article, we will discuss what precautions a homeowner should take to protect their well. Regular Precautions If you own a private drinking [...]

The Desalination Process, Part Three: Further Considerations

2020-10-09T02:44:26+00:00December 25th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

In part one of our series on desalination we gave a brief history of the process. In part two, we discussed the different methods of desalination. Part three discusses the implications of the process. Energy Consumption The energy needed for saltwater desalination is very high. The average energy you need for the process is about 3 [...]

The Desalination Process, Part Two: Your Options

2020-10-09T02:02:18+00:00December 18th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

In our last article, we gave a general overview of what desalination is and a brief history of the process. In part two of our series on desalination, we will talk about the different desalination process options. Process of Desalination There are multiple processes of desalination.  Each process has its pros and cons.  Whichever process you [...]

The Desalination Process: Part One, What Is Desalination?

2020-10-09T01:28:39+00:00December 11th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

The desalination process is when people remove the salt and minerals from saline water.  Desalination serves a very important role in human history and continues to play a role in Florida today. Read on to learn the basics of the desalination process. History of Desalination Desalination is not a new or modern concept.  In fact, historians [...]

Brackish Water

2020-10-09T01:13:42+00:00December 4th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Since Florida is a peninsula between a gulf and an ocean, the state has three major types of water at its disposal.  The three types of water are saltwater, freshwater, and brackish.  Most people know what saltwater and freshwater are.  In this article, we will discuss what brackish water is. What is Brackish Water? Brackish water [...]

Rainwater Harvesting: What Is That?

2020-10-04T18:17:36+00:00November 27th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Rainwater harvesting, just like the name suggests, is the collecting and storing of rainwater before it reaches the ground. A cistern or tank collects the diverted runoff from a roof structure. If you treat it properly, you use it the same way  you use well water or municipal water. This process is one of the oldest [...]

Recycled Water: What You Need To Know

2020-10-04T18:05:26+00:00November 20th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Recycled water is the process of cleaning wastewater for reuse for other purposes. You might also see experts refer to it as reclaimed water, wastewater reuse, and water reclamation.  Wastewater reuse is already important for irrigation and agricultural purposes in countries found in arid or desert climates. Read on to learn all you need to know [...]

Hurricane Prep For Your Well

2020-10-04T17:49:58+00:00November 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

In Florida, we have to contend with hurricane season. We are especially susceptible to tropical depressions, tropical Storms, and hurricanes.  Just one bad storm can have a negative impact on your well system. However, due to climate change, we are seeing more active hurricane seasons every year.  Below are some tips to be aware of as [...]

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