Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
We drilled a well a few years ago to have a backup supply in case our public water supply became tainted, because we understand that the cost of water will continue to increase as treating it becomes more expensive, because of droughts, and primarily because we do extensive gardening. Our well water was very dirty plus full of iron and sulpher, causing sprinklers and weep hoses to clog up and poor water odor. I met Jon at the annual home and garden show in Chattanooga and he quickly impressed me with his knowledge and methods for treating contaminated wells. I was also impressed with the care and quality of the installation. I am very wary of most salespeople for various reasons and I am very picky about the quality of work done at my place.......I was most impressed with what I got, from the initial conversation to the sales process to the install process, to the service after the sale. I think of Jon as a friend.