Domestic Pump, Water Treatment Systems
Start to finish water systems, all in one company.
Watson Well has been designing and installing Domestic Water Systems for years including all the necessary infrastructure from the source water to the point of use. Our Water Treatment systems deliver safe and refreshing drinking water from groundwater wells, springs, and other water sources utilizing many different treatment techniques depending on what type of water quality issues we need to address.
If you begin to notice changes in the taste or smell of your water, such as your water smelling like sulfur or gasoline, these are signs that your well could require treatment.
Water Treatment begins with a State Certified Lab Test to determine the levels (ppm) of minerals needing to be removed. If we discover the presence of bacteria in your water upon testing, then the water will need to be treated as soon as possible.
Our team has also been utilizing the latest developments in Ozone for the removal of high levels of E.coli and other types of pathogen bacteria. Studies show that with direct contact with Bacteria, Ozone will kill bacteria 3000 times faster than Chlorine or other chemicals.
Water storage with fire suppression, pump house, booster pump with water treatment, fully automated.
This project was a municipal water source providing low water volume and pressure by the time the water got to the elevated house location. We installed a new storage tank and pressure system to boost pressure and volume into the home redirecting the existing supply line from city to the storage tank.
Rain catchment systems
400’ pump set on a pitiless adaptor due to high elevation snow levels and deep winter freezing. All plumbing and electrical were buried 36” deep.
Surface Water Catchment
We build Spring Catchment Systems with a Stainless Steel spring box which screens off all solids and silts as water flows down over the top of special knife screens, allowing for only clear water to enter the spring box. Once clear water is captured in the box, it is then distributed to its point of use after it has passed through a Water Treatment Disinfection System.