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6 Reasons to Stop Buying Bottled Water

Bottled water has become a regular part of everyday life for many Americans. We drink more bottled water than beer or milk. Entire aisles at the grocery store are full of it. But are we making a huge mistake? Many of us have heard some of the logic behind why using bottled water is a […]

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Kraai Well Drilling Takes Delivery of 2017 Versa Drill

An exciting day at Kraai Well Drilling & Water Softening as they took delivery of their new 2017 Versa Drill Rotary Drilling Rig.  This is Kraai Well Drillings third Versa Drill purchased and they are excited to take advantage of all the new and exciting features it has to offer.  This rig will give them […]

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The Benefits of Drinking Reverse Osmosis Water

The Benefits of Drinking Reverse Osmosis Water We’ve finally learned our lesson in America. More of us are starting to skip the soda and drink a lot more water instead. A 2016 Beverage Marketing study found water consumption in the U.S. grew 120 percent between 2000 and 2015, while carbonated drinks fell 16 percent over […]

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How Do Reverse Osmosis Systems Work?

If you’ve ever taken a sip from a glass of water that came from the home of someone with a reverse osmosis system, you know how pure and refreshing it tastes. Or, perhaps you have concerns about water quality and want to make sure your family is drinking healthy water that reduces contaminants as much […]

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Kraai Well Drilling Joins Forces with Henson Well Drilling

Henson Water Well, Inc. (Henson Well Drilling), a third generation well drilling company servicing Delton, Richland, Gull Lake, and the surrounding area, has been acquired by Kraai Well Drilling & Water Softening. Kraai would like to thank Gary White, the prior owner of Henson Well Drilling for the opportunity to purchase his company. Gary has […]

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Why Does My Water Smell Like Rotten Eggs (Sulfur)?

Kraai Well Drilling and Water Softening receives hundreds of calls each year, asking the same question: Why does my water smell like rotten eggs? The majority of the time, the problem is with the magnesium rod in the hot water heater. This problem shows itself in extremely old water heaters and those that are less […]

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