Rock cuttings or loose soil resulting from drilling a new water well installation of a new well and will usually disappear over time. However, some water wells suffer from a continual influx of small rocks and sand which fall from the walls of drilled water wells.
Water-borne calcium and magnesium can also produce sandy water as those elements interact with surrounding air. These "hard" precipitates then attach to fixtures, sinks and surfaces and appear to be sand.
Sandy water can be treated with a professional filter system which strains and collects sediment and hard minerals. It is also possible to address sandy water at the well pump including pump sleeves which greatly reduce sediment intake. Call us at 603-323-7924 to discuss lasting sandy water solutions from our talented filter team with nearly 100 years of combined water services experience in New Hampshire and Maine.