You may be wondering, “How can I tell if the well is running dry at my home?” Here are some things you can do to determine if there may be a problem with the well at your Loudoun County home.
- Turn on your faucets. If your well is running dry, then your faucets will sputter when your turn them on or air may come out in addition to — or instead — of water.
- Look at the water that comes out of your faucets. If your well is running dry, the water may appear darker or look muddy.
- Taste the water that comes out of your faucet. If your well is running dry, the water may taste different than it normally tastes.
- Smell the water that comes out of your faucet. If your well is running dry, the water may also smell different than it normally smells.
If you observe any of the above problems, it’s time to call in the professionals at SES. The experts at SES will measure the level of the water to determine whether the water in the well is running dry. They can also conduct other testing to tell you if you have a different problem with your well or its equipment at your Loudoun County home.
SES specializes in all areas concerning well water in Loudoun County. If you are thinking about putting a system in, getting your existing system maintained, or have concerns about your well running dry, please contact SES to schedule an appointment today!