As we face uncertainty and daily changes with COVID-19, we want to take a moment to thank all medical professionals, first responders and LEOs that are on the front line of this pandemic. Our thoughts and prayers go out to each of you and your families.
NUCO Pump and Wells continues to monitor developments and adjust as necessary. We have implemented our service call protocol that adheres to the Issued Coronavirus Guidelines:
Social Distancing: We are an essential business and our techs are providing service calls. We do not enter homes and keep a 6ft distance when communicating with customers.
Sterilization: Follow the recommended policies and procedures related to illness, cleaning and disinfecting hands, equipment and attire when necessary.
No contact: Customers can call to schedule appointments and when a service tech arrives, there will be no contact, only to the equipment. Service documents and invoices will be submitted electronically and made available though email messages.
As a way of saying “Thank You” to our everyday heroes, NUCO Water Solution & NUCO Pump & Wells are now offering $0 service charge (charges will only apply to equipment replacement and/or repair parts) or 20% off new equipment to Medical Professionals, Active Military, Veterans, First Responders & LEOs.
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A large percent of Florida depend on groundwater for their basic drinking water supply.
Understanding how groundwater quality affects every day usage can help ensure that your well is properly supplying water for your household.
The most common problem associated with groundwater may be hardness, generally associated with an abundance of calcium and/or magnesium dissolved in the water. Hard water has not been shown to cause health problems, but can be a nuisance as it may cause soap curds and deposits to form on pipes and other plumbing fixtures. Over time this can reduce the diameter of the pipes.
Other Groundwater Issues:
A “rusty” or metallic taste in water is a result of iron, and sometimes manganese, in ground water. They not only create a bad taste, but they also can stain pipes and clothing.
A “rotten egg” smell coming from your water indicates the presence of hydrogen sulfide gas. Along with creating an unpleasant odor and taste, sulfides cause corrosion to plumbing and darken water.
Silica comes from the weathering of silicate minerals in the ground. It causes no harmful effects to humans, but large amounts can cause scaling in pipes that impacts water flow, and it can interfere with iron and manganese removal.
The National Ground Water Association recommends that water well owners have their wells checked and tested by a certified and/or licensed well contractor every year to ensure water safety. In between annual inspections, well owners should look for signs that a professional should be called sooner.
Routine inspection of a water well system can help ensure it is operating properly, prolong its useful life, and protect your investment. Most importantly, inspections can protect your health by discovering issues that could result in water quality problems presenting a health risk.