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3 Different Types of Well Pressure Tanks

August 24, 2015 | Well Pressure Tanks Well Pumps

If you’re one of the lucky home owners with a privately-owned well system providing water to your house, there are some things to know about your well pressure tank. Over the years, several different styles of tanks have been introduced and improved upon. It’s possible that you own an outdated model or that your tank […]

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3 Well-Related Causes of Low Water Pressure

July 31, 2015 | Water Pressure

If you are reading this article, you probably know that feeling when the water pressure unexpectedly dies on you. Quite often this happens during showers, and in the worst possible moment too—when you have to wash soap off of your hair or body. You are standing there, eyes closed, shampoo dripping down your face, trying […]

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Did You Know Your Water Softener Requires Maintenance?

June 29, 2015 | Water Softener

Many homeowners who purchased a home with a water softener system often are not sure what it does and how to maintain it. If you found yourself in this situation, then you’ve come to the right place. As Maryland water equipment servicing technicians, we help many customers and new homeowners understand the inner workings and […]

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Should You Worry About Your Well Water Quality?

May 27, 2015 | Water Issues

There are both benefits and disadvantages of getting your water from a private well rather than the city’s water supply. On one hand, you have full control over your water pressure and water use, and don’t have to worry about a broken pipe down the street. On the other hand, you are responsible for maintaining […]

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5 Solutions for a Low-Yielding Well

April 18, 2015 | Low-Yielding Well Water Issues

If you are living with a low-yielding well, you know what an inconvenience it is. But if you are buying a new home and the well test came up with insufficient yield, what do you do? Don’t worry, our experienced Maryland well contractors are here to help you understand this problem and evaluate your options. […]

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The Value of Hiring an Experienced Well Pump Contractor

March 27, 2015 | Well Pumps

What do you look for when choosing a contractor to repair your well pump or install a water filtration system in your Maryland home? Do you just hire the first person you call or look around for a contractor who offers the best value for the money? At R & G Water Systems, we recommend, […]

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What to Do When You Are Out of Water in Carroll County

February 17, 2015 | Water Issues

If you are reading this, you have probably already experienced that unsettling feeling when you open a faucet and nothing comes out—not a drop! Or maybe your plumbing started gurgling and spitting out some brownish gunk. Either way, having no running water is a serious problem, as we rely on water in everything we do […]

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How a Well Pump Contractor Can Help

January 15, 2015 | Well Pumps

Your Westminster friends probably give you a puzzled look when you, the suburb dweller, mention well pump problems. They can’t possibly understand that waking up to air coming out of the faucet instead of water is a borderline traumatic experience, especially if you need to do laundry, shower and be out the door in 30 […]

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Blue Baby Syndrome: What it is and How to Act

December 16, 2014 | Water Issues

Blue baby syndrome occurs in bottle-fed babies when nitrate-rich water is used to prepare the formula. The scientific name for it is methemoglobinemia, which means blood’s inability to carry oxygen to the vital organs and systems of the body. Hemoglobin is what delivers the oxygen throughout your body and nitrates cause hemoglobin levels to rapidly […]

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What is Reverse Osmosis and How Does it Work?

November 5, 2014 | Reverse Osmosis

Originally used to remove salt from sea water, reverse osmosis is now widely applied in residential and commercial settings to purify tap water. A typical reverse osmosis system consists of a reverse osmosis unit with a semi-permeable membrane, a series of filters before and after the unit, a storage tank and a drain. As the […]

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