Water testing and water treatment in Surry for arsenic, calcium, iron, radon, sulfur and other harmful contaminants and bacteria
Capital Well also provides water shortage solutions with well drilling, well deepening and hydro-fracking
Residences and businesses in Surry, like those in many areas of New Hampshire, need water testing and water treatment now more than ever. From the North Country to the seacoast, harmful bacteria strains, dangerous chemicals, foul odors, strange tastes, discoloration, rust and iron — are all making the cleanliness of your drinking and bathing water a serious matter for your family’s health.
Capital Well and its team of experts will detect and remove, from your groundwater, petro fluoro chemicals like PFOA; gasoline additives, like MTBE; Radon gas; Arsenic and other toxins and harmful bacteria, such as Coliform, found in human and animal waste and often an indicator of the presence of E. coli.
We offer water testing, treatment and filtration services for starters. If your problem is more extensive, like water shortage, we also handle new well drilling, well deepening and hydro-fracking — the process of pressurizing bedrock to force water through the fracture zones and into your well — keeping your water levels normal, even in drought conditions.
Capital Well Clean Water Center is in the business of water safety. In this day and age, and with the technology available, healthy water should be a given.
Water testing and treatment for:
- Nitrites and Nitrates
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In addition to calling Capital Well, if you are experiencing water problems in your Surry home or business you can also contact:
Town of Surry
1 Village Rd.
Surry, NH 03431
NH’s Capital Well provides homes and businesses in Surry with water testing, water treatment, well drilling, well deepening and hydro-fracking service. Remember, just because your water looks clean doesn’t mean that it is clean. Safe and healthy water is too important to leave to chance! Call our clean water professionals at, (800) 924-1192.