3 Reasons To Source Your Drinking Water From A Private Well

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3 Reasons To Source Your Drinking Water From A Private Well

10 May 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog


In order to ingest the amount of water recommended by doctors on a daily basis, you will probably need to get your drinking water from a number of places. At work, there is likely to be a water cooler that is kept filled with freshly chilled water. While driving or running errands, you may need to stop at a convenience store to pick up a big bottle of water that has been sourced from some far off land. And at home, most people either get their drinking water from their local city or municipality water treatment facility, or they are able to tap into a water source that is available on their private property.

Drinking water sourced from your own private well means that you will never run out, but more importantly you get to control exactly what goes into your plumbing system by choosing one of many different well water systems. These are the three main advantages you can get from sourcing water on your property and buying a well water system for all your household water needs.

1. Well Water Is Free - You might think bottled water is the only variety that costs money, but if you get your water from the city you actually pay for every load of dishes you wash and ever load of laundry you run through the washing machine. Sure, well water systems have to be installed in order for you to get well water in your home, but you will only need to pay that bill once in your lifetime. Instead of having a quarterly water bill that fluctuates depending on water usage levels you can just invest in water system maintenance and testing on your land.

2. You Will Know What Is Used To Treat Your Water - If you water comes from a municipality, you will be sharing the same source of water with perhaps hundreds of thousands of your closest neighbors. Don't think that water that goes through a water treatment plant is unsafe to drink, because it is perfectly safe for human consumption. On the other hand, there will likely be dozens of chemicals used in your drinking water supply to ensure that it is free of germs and diseases. Well waters systems are generally used on private property, meaning that very little chemical treatment is needed to ensure that the water is safe for drinking.

3. Your Water Will Be Free Of Fluoride - Everyone can benefit from having their teeth treated with fluoride, but there is debate about whether or not it should be present in drinking water supplies. Unfortunately, you will find fluoride in the water supplies of just about every major city. People who depend on well water systems can decide whether or not to have fluoride added to their water supplies during the treatment process.

For more information, contact a company like Golden Gate Well Drilling & Water Conditioning.