With rising utility costs and continued worries about the quality and contents of shared water resources, more and more homeowners are choosing to have a private well dug on their property. In addition to cutting your water bill, using well water tastes better, is better for your health and better for the environment. Here are a few benefits to consider when thinking about your options.
Having a private well means not having to pay municipal usage fees. While drilling does have an upfront cost, there are a number of state and federal tax credit programs available across the U.S.
Enjoy Improved Quality, Naturally
Public water sources are often treated with a range of harsh chemicals that are virtually impossible to remove through filtration. Corroding municipal systems can also introduce unwanted particulates and dangerous heavy metals. Private wells allow homeowners to ease the strain on often overtaxed public water systems, and can guarantee access to an often scarce, and certainly valuable, natural resource.
Finally, in addition to enjoying its health benefits, most people seem to agree that well water just tastes better: likely thanks to a natural filtering process and lack of chemical treatment.
Interested in installing a residential well system? Call McCall Brothers Inc. at 704-399-1506 to learn more about getting started on your next project.