How Reverse Osmosis Works

 

You may have heard that Reverse Osmosis (RO) water is great-tasting, very pure water and that there are two types of RO systems, but do you know how they work?  And did you know Reverse Osmosis was initially developed by the U.S. Navy to produce drinking water from sea water for submarine crews?

 
 

Iron filtration methods and differences.

 

There are major differences with Iron in water filtration methods. Below is a picture taken yesterday using aeration before the pressure tank. As you can see, the Tee is completely clogged with solidified iron. The pressure tank, the tee, the other components on the tee and the pre-existing Iron filter all were plugged badly and needed replacement. All of this could have been avoided had Aeration not been used. At McBride’s Water Advantage, we sell Hague, Manganese Greensand, potassium permanganate… Read more »

 
 

Shallow or dug water wells vs Drilled or pounded water wells pros and cons.

 

Dug or shallow water wells are wells that have either been dug by hand or with a big piece of machinery like an excavator or back hoe.  In the old days before pounding or drilling wells became popular all wells were dug wells. Deep (drilled or pounded) wells in the United states came into existence in the early 1800’s.

 
 

Emergency Water Well Pump Service

 

McBride’s Water Advantage is a New Hampshire licensed Water Pump installer. With over 50% of New Hampshire homeowners drawing their water from private wells there is a pretty big need for quality companies like us. When everything is in proper working order these wells are capable of delivering plenty of water to run the household, the pool, irrigation and much more.

 
 

McBride’s Water Advantage llc. Towns of New Hampshire served.

 

McBride’s Water Advantage is proud to provide their high quality service to the following areas.

 
 

Radon Aeration systems vs GAC (Granulated Activated Carbon) systems for radon in water removal.

 

         Recently a customer asked Bill McBride about the differences between GAC (Granulated Activated Carbon) radon systems and Aeration (Bubbler) systems. Below is his reply.

 
 

Laboratory Water Testing.

 

Bill McBride talks about Laboratory water testing for New Hampshire and New England residents. One of the most often asked questions we have at McBride’s Water Advantage is about laboratory water testing and what should our customers test for. Our answer is always ” You should know whats in your well water” and,  ” If there are some problem water issues,  you might not correct it right away but at least you will know what in your well water”.  This… Read more »

 
 

Radon is a class 1 human carcinogen

 

Radon is a naturally occurring , invisible and odorless gas that has been linked to causing lung cancer.

 
 

Emergency Well Pump Truck

 

Addition the the McBride’s fleet, our new dedicated well pump truck.

 
 

McBride’s Water Advantage services

 

McBride’s Water Advantage LLC, is a Professional water and air purification company that serves the entire state of New Hampshire. We hold several licenses and certifications. We are a licensed well pump and pressure tank installer. A certified radon measurement provider as well as a public water works operator. McBride’s also serves many commercial accounts here in New Hampshire as well.

 
 

Well pump, going, going, gone? Emergency well pump service in New Hampshire

 

 
 

McBride’s Water Advantage Mission Statement

 

  McBride’s Water Advantage Mission Statement McBride’s Water Advantage was established in 2004 to give New Hampshire homeowners a professional partner for water testing, water purification, well pumps and radon in air reduction.

 
 

Famous water quotes

 

In Wine there is Wisdom, in Beer there is Freedom and in Water there is Bacteria.   Benjamin Franklin Now that’s what I call high quality H2O.  Bobby Boucher. Water, taken in moderation, cannot hurt anybody, Mark Twain There are only three things that women need in life: Food, Water and Compliments. Chris Rock. In The world there is nothing more submissive and weak than water . Yet for attacking that which is hard and strong nothing can surpass it…. Read more »