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When Your Well Water Smells Like Rotten Eggs There's a good chance that odor in your homes well water is caused by sulfur or any number of naturally occurring minerals, algae or bacteria in your well system. #PrivateWellDisinfection,
Normally Not A Health Risk However the odor caused by sulfur algae and bacteria makes water literally undrinkable. It causes bad taste not to mention serious odors in laundry or when taking baths or showers.
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Call Today For Private Well Water Bleaching Shock Treatment: I check for sulfur and give you some very good suggestions and solutions to your smelly water problems For A Reasonable Price.
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Laboratory Testing Prices; $80.00 for a microbiology test (E. Coli and coliform bacteria), or $140. for the FHA/VA/USDA panel (micro + lead, nitrate, and nitrite). $200. If you have both test done simultaneously > (SAVE $20). For Chlorination $295. Please note; If your well is deeper than 245' feet or if your well is unusually far from the house there may be a slightly higher price for chlorination - more chlorine will be required! Yearly Testing Chlorination Is Recommended!
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