Kinetico Well Water Solutions

From the Ground to Your Glass

Get the best water possible out of your home’s well. Water Doctors tests and treats well water to ensure that it’s ready to drink and tastes great. Whether  you notice strange tastes and odors, or you just want to check on the contents of your well, our team can provide the service and equipment that you need. Reach out to us with any concerns about using your well water, including:

Annual Water Quality Testing  |  Loss of Water Pressure  |  Equipment Not Working
Rusty Iron Stains  |  Rotten Egg Sulfur Smell

Remove Impurities & Funky Smells

Well Water Treatment Services for Owners

Untreated well water can contain iron, sulfur, bacteria, and other contaminants, but Water Doctors can help. Give your family soft, quality water that keeps them healthier and happier. Our multi-stage treatment process is custom-designed around your water’s unique makeup, eliminating harmful substances while making your water smell and taste great.

Best Systems for Well Water

Having a well on your property can sound like a great thing: pure, natural water, rather than having it pumped in from the municipal supply that has been recycled and filled with chlorine added to kill germs. The trouble with well water, though, is that it may contain natural impurities, anything from excess iron to other contaminants. 

How Can I get my Well Water Tested?

We are called Water Doctors for a reason, and we have been solving water for households in southeastern Wisconsin since 1982. Having said that, we would like to point out that we are not a full-blown laboratory certified water research center so, we conduct well water testing for iron, hardness and total dissolved solids. We know the area and the particular problems people face in this neck of the woods. The first thing we do when a customer contacts us is come out and test the water, because you have to know exactly what you’re dealing with. We test the supply where it enters the building to see what’s in there that shouldn’t be. Sometimes there are more issues than the customer suspects. There could be an unpleasant smell or taste. It might be discolored or cloudy, or there could be an issue that’s invisible and undetectable to the senses. All the more reason to be concerned, then, and take no chances. Before deciding on a well water system, getting your water tested makes a lot of sense.

As your local water filtration company in Wisconsin, we have a range of water treatment systems and we’ll recommend the one that would be most suitable for you. They are not incredibly bulky and once they’re set up in your basement or wherever, you’ll forget they are there. When you have made your decision, we will install your treatment system for well water with minimum fuss, then test the water again to make sure the issue has been dealt with effectively.

Our customer service is second to none, and we use only the best equipment on the market including Kinetico RO filtration systems, because we believe everyone deserves the blessings that a beautiful, high quality water supply can bring. That means everything from silky hair and smooth skin after taking a shower to vegetables and hot drinks that taste only of what they’re meant to taste of. It means not filling your appliances – kettle, washing machine, dishwasher etc – with substances that can cause them to become inefficient or even to break down.

How can I get Kinetico Well Water treatment System for my home?

Just fill in the online form or call us to discuss your issue. We’ll make an appointment to come and analyze your well water and in no time you’ll have vastly improved H2O. It’s a basic human need, so contact us today and let’s start helping you to achieve it.

For assistance with your well’s pump or arsenic, bacteria, and nitrate testing for real estate transactions, we recommend our partners Water Diagnostics and 4-D Water Well & Pump Service.

A minimal text infographic of a contemporary drinking water well system. The image depicts an underground aquifer from which the electric pump draws water from the well to the house.

Well Water Testing

  • Annual quality testing
  • Know what’s in your well water
  • Identify minerals, organic compounds, chemicals, and more

Whole House Filtration

  • Banish iron, sulfur, and other common substances
  • Prevent  stains and mineral deposits
  • Get rid of foul smells and tastes

Softening Your Well Water

  • 10-year warranty
  • Acts as a wall to stop PFAS from passing through
  • With regular filter and softener maintenance, the membrane continues to reduce PFAS effectively

Contaminant Elimination

  • Ensure that your water is ready to drink and use
  • Protect your family from pathogens
  • Use your water with peace of mind
Well water filter system installed in a home's basement
Advice for First-time Well Owners

If you’re new to owning a private well, transitioning from municipal water to well water can feel daunting. Don’t be afraid! Trust the Water Doctors team to keep you “well” aware. Our tips for new homeowners:

  • When purchasing, check toilet tanks and shower heads for stains and mineral deposits
  • Consider writing a third-party water test into your offer (we’d be happy to help!)
  • Choose whether to buy or rent equipment
  • Get your equipment inspected and your water tested annually
  • Enjoy unfettered access to your private water supply!

For more tips, visit our blog, Private Well Water: Myths vs. Reality.

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