Tailored water treatment solution for your private well.
Many areas in Ireland are not connected to a public water scheme and as such have their own private well/ borehole to supply their homes. However, it is important to be aware of the risks posed to water coming from private wells. Soil protects to an extent but if your well is shallow, it is vulnerable to contamination. The quality of well water can vary throughout the year depending on climatic conditions such as heavy rainfall or dry spells.
Well water or any other type of naturally sourced raw water in Ireland can leave the end-user with many different issues, from excessive lime in water, unpleasant smells, and bacterial contamination to leaving stains on your clothes and fixtures. The problems are endless.
Furthermore, the quality of water coming from natural sources cannot be regulated, it is the responsibility of the homeowner to ensure you are using clean and safe water.
We supply a wide range of well water treatment systems including water softeners, iron & manganese removal units, ultraviolet lights, pH balancing units, sulphur removal systems and many more. Our bespoke well water filtration systems improve the water quality on your premises, and also provides pure clean drinking water by removing existing contaminants.
We always recommend that you have a full water analysis carried out on your water supply. This will allow you and us to know exactly what the issue is with your water supply, as well as specify the correct system for your exact needs. Depending on the level of contaminants in the water, you may qualify for a grant that can help with the cost of resolving your water issue.
Remove brown or black stains on your appliances created by the water coming in your home from your well by choosing iron and manganese removal filters. Our advanced filtration systems are a cost-effective way to eliminate stains caused due to excessive iron or manganese in the water.
Turbidity is basically the clarity of your water. If your water appears to be cloudy it may pose a health risk by containing micro-organisms together with organics and other contaminants. Removing suspended particles, colour, and excessive turbidity from your water will result in clean, clear and most importantly safe drinking water for your family
pH is an imbalance in your water supply which will make it either more acidic or more base. Water has a neutral pH of 7, which indicates that it is neither acidic or basic. The scale ranges from 0 (very acidic) to 14 (very basic). It is normal for water to have a range of between 6.5 and 8.5 on the scale. pH in water may fluctuate with differing environmental factors. pH correction systems will prevent the corrosion of pipework, and remove blue-green stains from your plumbing fixtures. Our treatment systems employ the use of a neutralising media, composed of limestone.
Guarantees the removal of all chlorine, bad taste and colour from your household water. It protects your family and household appliances from chlorine and more. Say goodbye to smelly, bad tasting water! Our system removes up to 99% of chlorine, bad taste & odour from water. The water coming into our homes gathers a lot of impurities making it unsafe for drinking. The tap water in your home is treated with chlorine, it may not always be safe. The chlorine / carbon filters will remove the chlorine and impurities to ensure your family remain healthy.
The Irish well water treatment grants scheme assists households dependent on private individual water supplies.
Rural Irish households still use private wells for their home water supply. Unlike public water supplies, these private wells do not get checked by water testing authorities, which questions the quality of water in your private well.
If you do not have access to public water or group water scheme, the Well Grant Scheme is just for you. Grants are available under the Rural Water Programme for the carrying out of improvement works to a private water supply (this means a water supply providing water to a domestic house intended for human consumption and domestic purposes only).
The objective of the scheme is to provide assistance to households who are dependent on private individual well supplies and incurring capital expenditure.
Note: Normal place of residence includes long-term rentals, but excludes private holiday homes and properties operated on a commercial basis such as short-term rentals, self-catering properties, mobile homes/caravans. Properties owned by local authorities, housing associations, Health Services Executive etc. are not eligible.