A-1 Well Services & Supply

2583 S Thunderhead Dr
Kingman, AZ 86401
(928) 757-9355
www.a1wellservice.com
Contact: Pile, Lynn
Business Description: License: Residential ROC 193123. License: Commercial ROC 200137. See SP Web for additional phone numbers.
Services: Wells
On Angie's List Since: 7/8/2013
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Cities Served: Kingman
 
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How to Maintain Your Well or Septic Tank

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John Knox of Knox Septic Sewer Service in Indianapolis, runs a hose into the septic tank to drain it before the new risers and lid are put into place. (Photo by Eldon Lindsay)
John Knox of Knox Septic Sewer Service in Indianapolis, runs a hose into the septic tank to drain it before the new risers and lid are put into place. (Photo by Eldon Lindsay)

Don’t mess up your septic tank or your well water. If you’re a new home owner (or need a refresher), review this checklist for maintenance requirements.

Off the Grid? What You Need to Know about Septic Tanks and Water Wells

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Knox Septic Sewer Service employee Chad Pitcock mixes  quickcrete to stabilize the connection from the septic tank and the outlet line, which leads to the distribution box. (Photo by Eldon Lindsay)
Knox Septic Sewer Service employee Chad Pitcock mixes quickcrete to stabilize the connection from the septic tank and the outlet line, which leads to the distribution box. (Photo by Eldon Lindsay)

Are you unsure if you should buy that house because it has a septic tank? Or, curious about getting a house with a well? Here’s what you need to know.

Is my drinking water safe? The importance of testing the quality of your well water

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Water well in the snow (Photo by ETR Laboratories)
A properly constructed and maintained modern, deep drilled well is less likely to have issues than one that is poorly constructed, shallow or a hand dug well, says Aldrich (Photo by ETR Laboratories)

Your private well water is your responsibility. Insure quality drinking water and keep your family safe by knowing the risks and regularly testing your water.

Don't let water quality slide down the drain

Whether you live in the country or city and have a sewer or a septic, you play a role in the quality of your community's water quality. The way you do laundry, bathe, prepare dinner and landscape your yard has an impact on your neighbors and the environment.

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