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Your first call immediately puts you in contact with our certified service technicians, who have the expertise to quickly diagnose your water well problem. Whether the problem you are experiencing is in the well itself, the pump, plumbing or electrical systems, our certified specialists are trained to troubleshoot, repair, or replace all types of wells and pump systems for residential, commercial, irrigation, domestic community and municipal applications.
A-Z Water Rite Inc. is a supplier, service, and installation company for a complete line of high quality water pumping, and water filtration systems, including but not limited to submersible pumps, jet pumps, motor controls, pressure switches, water holding tanks, water filter systems, filter media, filters,irrigation controls, fountains, pond filter systems, galvanized pipe, PVC pipe, irrigation pipe. All of our product lines have maufacturers warranties and are supported by our customer satisfaction policy. We also provide certified well drilling and water well pumping systems designed to meet your needs. When needed A-Z Water Rite Inc.can offer full financing with Carmel Financial Corporation or Aqua Finance Inc. to all its customers, please note that all financing must be approved prior to the start of any work. We also accept Visa and Mastercard credit cards for easy and secure payments of services and products.
Should you have a question about any of your well pumping equipment, the quality of your water, or even if you just want to know how your well or water treatment system works, then call us or use the "contact us" form, and experience the sincere personal attention we can provide.
Over 15 million U.S. households rely on private, household wells for drinking water.
If polluted ground water is consumed, it could cause illness. Ground water pollution can be caused by seepage through landfills, failed septic tanks, underground fuel tanks, fertilizers and pesticides, and runoff from urban areas.
It is important that private ground water wells are checked regularly to ensure that the water is safe for drinking.
Typically, private water systems that serve no more than 25 people at least 60 days of the year and have no more than 15 service connections are not regulated by the EPA.