Residential Water
5 Things to Know Before Drilling a Well

5 Things to Know Before Drilling a Well

More than 43 million Americans (roughly 15% of the population) use private water wells as their main source of drinking water. Wells are an excellent resource for clean drinking water, irrigation in rural areas, and more. Before drilling a well on your property,...

5 Ways to Prevent Hard Water Buildup

5 Ways to Prevent Hard Water Buildup

Hard water buildup is a familiar challenge for residents who access drinking water from a well or aquifer. In Washington State, hard water is especially common as many towns and private homes utilize groundwater that is high in minerals. How do you prevent the...

How to Locate a Well on Your Property

How to Locate a Well on Your Property

The Department of Ecology estimates that there are thousands of abandoned wells in Washington State. These wells pose a potential hazard to wildlife, people, and the water supply when they are not properly decommissioned and sealed. Many parcels of land have a rich...

Water Conservation Tips

Water Conservation Tips

When you live in a region like the Pacific Northwest, it feels as though water could never be in short supply. Yet, while 70% of the earth is covered by water, only 2.5% of that is freshwater. Not only that, but only 1% of that freshwater is easily accessible. As our...