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Should I buy a house with a private well?

Mon, Jun 12 2017 02 PM
There are many considerations when buying a new home. One is whether you want city water or if you're OKwith a private well.When you’re a potential home-buyer, there are many factors to consider. For instance:How is the school district in the town?Do you like the layout of the home?Can you afford the payments?What are the taxes for the home?Does the home have city water or a private well?With that
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Crystal Lake living is better when your well water flows

Mon, May 29 2017 10 AM
Crystal Lake is a great community but, ifyour well water doesn't flow, you mightnot feel that thrilled at the moment.Living in Crystal Lake, you feel blessed. You have a beautiful home in a beautiful town. But, when things go wrong with your home, your enthusiasm for Crystal Lake can dwindle, such as if the water ceases to flow.You go to the sink and lift the faucet with time-tested confidence. The
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Why is your Long Grove water well pressure falling?

Mon, May 08 2017 03 PM
The water pressure at your Long Grove home or officewon't drop without a good reason.The well outside your Long Grove home was so reliable, for so long, that you hardly gave it a second thought. But, now, your well water is running slower and you don’t know why.At first, you weren’t sure. In fact, you chalked it up to your imagination: “I’m sure that’s the way the water has always run.”
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Damaged or otherwise, your Long Grove well needs a springtime inspection

Tue, Apr 11 2017 06 AM
This well shouldn't be leaning as it comes out of theground. Probably, a snowplow ran into it during thewinter. The owner probably wants this Long Grove wellchecked out.Imagine looking out of your Long Grove back window on a late-March afternoon. The snow has long-since melted but you just hadn’t noticed this before. You’re looking out in the backyard when you notice something odd.About 50 feet
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This is the pump puller you need when other pump pullers can't reach the well

Wed, Apr 05 2017 11 AM
You don't have to tear up your lawn, or tear down your fence, to get at your well to pull the well pump. This nifty gadget will do the job without any damage or bother; it's the industry's most versatile pump puller. Check out the video below to see how it works, as demonstrated by John Matthesius with McHenry Water Well & Pump.
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