Well Drilling Company Serving Central and Eastern CT

Eastern Drill is one of Connecticut's most experienced and dependable water well drilling companies.  When you need a deeper well, water pump repair or replacement, water treatments, or any water service, call Eastern Drill. Water well maintenance can have an impact on your water quality and therefore your health. Here are a few simple tips on well maintenance.

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Eastern Drill is your number one trusted source in eastern CT for well water treatments. Water Treatment is important for consistent quality in the water you and your family uses for drinking, bathing, and cooking. Late last year researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey  suggested that the same corrosivity that contaminated the Flint, Michigan water supply with high levels of lead could affect hundreds of thousands of individual homes here in Connecticut. The study shows that 75 to nearly 85 p

Water well maintenance directly impacts your water quality and your health. Eastern Drill can make certain the water quality coming into your home is the best it can be. It's easy to dismiss having your water tested for purity when you have no complaints about taste or residue. Water quality can change dramatically from season to season, especially after heavy rainfall. Do not assume that well water does not contain bacterial or chemical contaminants - call the specialists at Eastern Drill for a

Connecticut Well Drilling Experts

Whether you are building a new home or you want a deeper well, call the well drilling experts at Eastern Drill. Established in 1952, we are the leading well drilling and water treatments company serving Connecticut. We offer a full array of water well drilling techniques, well augmentation, and hydro fracturing, pump installation, well pump service and upgrades to any water well system. Our services are suitable for resident

Testing for Private Well Water Purity in Tolland County

We would like to introduce you to Eastern Drill, the water treatment company serving Tolland County. Do you know what’s in your drinking water? There is more to water quality than appearance and taste. Individual water systems include private ground water residential wells, cisterns, and larger private water systems that serve more than one residence. EPA regulations that protect public drinking water

Water Treatments in Columbia CT

Eastern Drill is the region's preferred water treatments company for customers with well and public water supplies. Every year we hear about a tainted municipal water or contaminated wells in the state of Connecticut. Water quality from your Municipal water supply or private well may not be safe periodically. Contaminants may be toxic chemicals, E.coli bacteria, Uranium, salt, pesticides, and more. Each day you and your family

Eastern Drill is Tolland County's premier company for well water treatments. When you rely on a well to supply your household with water, you take for granted that it is pure. Are you happy with your water quality based on its clarity, or taste alone? Your well water should be laboratory tested at least once per year. Because well water quality may fluctuate seasonally, you may need to test for total coliform bacteria, nitrates, total dissolved solids, and pH levels more frequently. If you or we

Is Your Private Well Water Pure?

Eastern Drill is as concerned as you are about your household water quality.  In rural communities in eastern Connecticut such as Andover, many of us have private wells that supply our homes with drinking water. If you are curious about the purity of your well's water in Tolland County CT, consult the water treatment professionals at Eastern Drill. Private, or individual water systems include private ground water residentia

In Willington, many households depend on well water treatments to ensure a safe water supply.  In Tolland County, Eastern Drill Co. is the leading water treatments company in your area, for ground water wells or municipal water supplies. When you purchase a home with a well, the safety of your water is your responsibility. Well water is not subject to EPA regulations. If you have questions about your water purity, the water should be tested by a reputable lab to ensure its safety and purity. Ma