The presence of some contaminants in water can only be determined by testing, due to the fact that they have no taste, odor, or color. Radon and arsenic are two common contaminants in New England. We install quality water treatment systems for both. With filtration equipment available in all styles and models, we make a tangible, lasting difference in water quality around New Hampshire.
Does your water smell or taste bad? Your solution could be filtration.
Having a “Big Blue” filter where your water enters your home, (point-of-entry), filters all the water coming in, instead of having smaller systems at the faucet (point-of-use). It’s convenient and efficient because you only need to remember to change one filter. It’s also easy to focus on your specific concern. If your water smells like rotten eggs, a great solution is a carbon filter. If your concern is sediment such as sand, silt, rust or scale particles, a string filter is your answer.
If you’ve invested money in a kitchen or bathroom remodel, investing in this type of filtration makes sense so you know there is quality water running through your dish washer, washing machine and refrigerator as well as into your shower, toilet or sinks. This system helps you avoid build up and staining of your investment.
Even your fur babies will benefit from having fresh, clean, filtered water.
A point-of-entry system is installed where your water comes into the home, prior to any faucets or fixtures.
A cartridge that is manufactured from durable polypropylene cord that is wound around a rigid polypropylene core. It is used to reduce fine sediment such as sand, silt, rust and scale particles.
A cartridge that consists of granular activated carbon for reduction of unwanted tastes and smells.
A cartridge that will help with particulates, smells and tastes.
“I have a duplex rental in Greenland, NH, and was out of town when we had a problem with our well water supply system filtering system, in the basement, in late May 2019. I called the installer of our Charcoal final filter tanks, installed in each unit, that was the apparent problem. He wasn’t available for a week or more. I didn’t know who to call to fix the problem soon, so I asked my son Eric Levi Levin, a Realtor at Keller Williams RE, and Levi recommended I call Epping Well and Pump. I was a bit skeptical, as I didn’t know of them, but called and they responded quickly. Both filter tanks needed charcoal filter media replaced. Work was completed, but one Apartment had a problem with charcoal escaping from the filter tank. I called Epping Well back, when I was alerted to the problem. They again responded immediately, fixed the problem, cleaned the piping lines, and informed me that it was due to connections being crossed inadvertently, by them. When I got the statement/bill from them, I saw they not only didn’t charge any additional fees for the work, but they charged me very reasonably. I was very impressed. But, there’s more. Fast forward to early August 2019. We again had a problem with charcoal finds getting into the piping, on this same Apartment unit. I called back Epping Well, they again responded immediately. I was there this time, and observed all being done. This Tech first did a thorough examination of the system, to determine the source of the problem. He found the cause. And, I’m saying it was not Epping Well’s wrongdoing. But, he determined a regeneration head needed to be added to the filter tank, meaning the filter tank would be periodically backflushed. Added the backflush head, and again flushed/cleaned all the pipes, and verified the system was working properly. This took the Tech about 5 hours total time. I was not charged for this improvement or added service. I am so impressed and satisfied. I must say the Management and Tech service, knowledge, competence, and professionalism is outstanding. Thank you again Epping Well!”
– R. Levin