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The New Standard
in Well Monitoring

"Use real-time Data to Get a 24-7 View of Your Well, take the guesswork out of wondering if it's going dry." 

Let Your Data help you  make critical decisions regarding your well.

"By understanding the well depth, homeowners or City employees can effectively manage their water resources, preventing overuse and ensuring long-term sustainability."

Cloud Analytics Modernization

"Our trained technicians will monitor your site and provide alerts to help you make the most informed decisions regarding service calls and pump maintenance."

Flow Sensing

"With a flow sensor installed, you can rest assured that your well system is being monitored 24/7, providing real-time alerts of any changes in flow rates"

Well Depth & Draw Down

"This provides the benefit of accurately monitoring water levels, enabling informed decisions about water usage and conservation."

Tank monitoring

"It also provides real-time data and alerts to help you keep track of your tank levels and pressure settings, so that your system is always running at its optimal level."

Incredible accuracy. Impeccable Reliability.

Knowing the depth of your water well and understanding your pump cycles can offer several significant benefits. Firstly, understanding the depth of your water well provides valuable information about the water source and its sustainability. By knowing the well's depth, you can estimate the water volume available and make informed decisions regarding its usage. This knowledge is particularly crucial for homeowners and commercial applications alike, where water is a critical resource. By understanding the well depth, homeowners or City employees can effectively manage their water resources, preventing overuse and ensuring long-term sustainability. Additionally, homeowners can benefit from this knowledge by optimizing water consumption, avoiding unnecessary waste, and potentially reducing water bills.

 

Furthermore, comprehending your pump cycles is essential for maintaining the efficiency and longevity of your water system. Pump cycles refer to the frequency and duration of the pump's operation. By monitoring and understanding these cycles, you can identify potential issues such as excessive cycling or prolonged run times. This knowledge enables you to take prompt action, preventing system failures and reducing energy consumption. Proper management of pump cycles can also extend the lifespan of the pump and other associated components, reducing maintenance and replacement costs. Additionally, by optimizing pump cycles, you can enhance water pressure and flow, ensuring consistent and reliable water supply throughout your property.

 

In summary, knowing the depth of your water well and understanding your pump cycles offer numerous advantages. From sustainable water management to efficient resource utilization and cost savings, these insights empower individuals and businesses to make informed decisions and maintain the optimal performance of their water systems.

We Take Pride in Our Numbers

20+

Years of Experience

8K+

Loyal Customers

15K+

Active Wells Managed

15

Counties covering AZ

5

Star Google Rating

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  • Pump motor stops working

  • Water pipes

  • Water level drops

  • Lack of water flow or pressure

  • Realtor needs a well inspection to finalize a sale

  • New home owner needing well pump education

  • Brushing and bailing to remove scaling and debris from well casting

  • Various other maintenance requests

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