If you are among those that have a private well, you might feel like your water is better than that of those who are connected to the public water system, but is that really the case?

Unless you have the water tested, you can’t know for sure that it is not harmful to your health. There are a few things to consider to protect your water source.

The well should be located in a place where rainwater flows away from it. This is because rainwater can bring with it many harmful chemicals and bacteria. You also want to make sure that it is a sufficient distance between your well and your septic tank. It is recommended that they should be at least 50 feet apart.

If your well is shallow, you run a greater risk for contamination. To avoid this, make sure that you are careful if there is a need to use any type of chemicals near the well.

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