American Pump and Drilling Blog: Archive for the ‘Water Line’ Category

How Reverse Osmosis Works

Monday, January 16th, 2023

One of the products that our team installs and services is reverse osmosis water purification systems. They’re basically a type of water filter designed to weed out any unwanted contaminants from your water source. Since water is a liquid, and a very special liquid scientifically, it’s important to use filtering methods that are designed to deal with water-borne contaminants.

Well, reverse osmosis systems in Olympia, WA are as state-of-the-art as they can get. They’re effective, efficient, and need very little maintenance over a long period of time. They use the simple scientific process of osmosis and turns it into a system that can help keep your family safe and your water clean.

If you’ve ever wondered what the best method of water filtration might be, and whether it’s right for your home, then we advise you to read this blog and decide for yourself!

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Now Vs. Later: Tips With a Water Inspection

Monday, December 19th, 2022

As we’ve mentioned previously in blog posts, our team does real estate water inspections at an affordable cost. This is used most of the time to make sure that a well water system is in good shape, or to ensure that the quality of a new building’s water supply isn’t contaminated. But the truth is that it can do much more than that.

The housing market is still hot which means homeowners are looking for ways to skip any and all inspections if they can to sweeten the deal to the seller. While this might sound like a good tool for getting a quick purchase, it’s not going to help you in the long run. In fact, if you suspect that your new home requires a real estate water inspection in Olympia, WA, then you’re almost always going to be better off either skipping the purchase or investing in a water inspection performed by a professional.

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Well, Well, Well … Something Is Wrong With Your Well

Monday, November 21st, 2022

For many homeowners, well water is the only option when it comes to having access to clean, affordable water. Other people might be able to use their city’s municipal water lines, but even that comes with a price. For some of our customers, it’s just more affordable and makes more sense to have a well drilled on your property, especially if you know that there’s adequate clean water to be used.

The problem is that over time, without proper professional attention and maintenance, a well can run into some serious issues that can make a homeowner’s life a lot more difficult. Things like leaks, pressure problems, and contaminants can cause your life to get stuck without the right professional to handle the repairs.

Well, you’re in luck! Our team provides handy well pump repairs in Olympia, WA so that you can get back to your normal life while we take care of the problem for you.

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How It Works: UV Water Purifier

Monday, September 26th, 2022

Ultraviolet light might sound a little too science-y for many people who are looking for proper solutions to their contaminated water. You might remember the term from science books in high school, or from that one college course you took where you needed the credits. While most scientific uses of ultraviolet light aren’t really relevant to us, one use in particular is—water purification.

Ultraviolet light is extremely harmful to single-celled organisms like bacteria and viruses. It causes an effect called “irradiation,” which is something we’ll cover down below. But the important thing to remember is that a UV water purifier can be a great tool for your home if you’re dealing with contaminated water or water that has impurities.

This blog post will be all about UV water purifiers in Olympia, WA, and why your home could be the perfect place for an installation.

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A Quick Guide to Residential Well Drilling

Monday, September 12th, 2022

Deciding to drill a well for your home is worthwhile. A residential well can supply enough water for all of your indoor and outdoor needs. Your family will benefit from a reliable source of clean and safe water for well-being which the household well will also provide.

When investing in good residential drilling services, homeowners should be careful to ensure it’s done right from the word go. When drilling a well, there are things to consider and some great reasons to avoid trying to do it yourself.

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3 Great Water Treatment Solutions

Monday, August 15th, 2022

Water treatment is becoming ever more important as water shortages affect citizens, small businesses, and large corporations alike. Residents of the Olympia, WA area can choose between several different water treatment solutions, including reverse osmosis, UV water purification, and water filtration.

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Always Get a Water Test First!

Monday, July 18th, 2022

Water testing? Isn’t that a bit unnecessary in the United States?

Well actually, no. No, it’s not.

Contrary to popular belief, not all of the water that runs from America’s taps is inherently suitable for use. Contaminants such as bacteria and metals can run rampant through residential areas, making it unsafe for people to consume without proper treatment.

In this article, we’ll delve into the topic of water testing by explaining what it is and how investing in it can save you a lot of trouble in the long run.

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Don’t Skip on a Water Inspection

Monday, July 4th, 2022

If you are planning to purchase a new home or commercial building, it may be tempting to skip the water inspection. However, if you do, you may find some unpleasant surprises down the road. 

During a water inspection, the inspector will ensure that any issues with the water are found. This will ensure you can have them addressed by the seller before finalizing the purchase. Remember, if you don’t invest in this inspection, the cost of having to fix water-related issues down the road can be significant. 

If you still aren’t convinced that a water inspection is necessary, keep reading to find out some of the issues the inspector may find. 

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