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Call Us Today for Comprehensive 24 Hour Service!
(262) 534-2170
Call Us Today for Comprehensive 24 Hour Service!
(262) 534-2170

Plumbing Services

plumbing-services

We repair or replace sinks, toilets, faucets and water heaters, and take care of any other plumbing needs for your home or business. We also specialize in tests for iron, hardness, and bacteria in water.

  • Toilets rodded
  • Sinks rodded
  • Toilet repairs
  • Faucets repaired or replaced
  • Water Heater repaired or replaced
  • Water treatment for calcium hardness and iron stains
  • Test water for iron and hardness anytime; we have water kits for bacteria tests available. Stop in and pick one up.
  • Well and Septic inspections with water test for Real Estate transactions.

Well Services

well services

If you're a homeowner with a well, there are somethings you should undertand. Well water is one of the best ways to provide water to your home. But, having a good concept of what keeps your well healthy is an excellent idea. We're all about educating our customers so they know exactly what's going on with the most precious element in homeownership: water!

  • Drain and Air your well tank
  • Chlorinate your well
  • Sample water annually
  • Water lateral excavation
  • Service your well pump or pump controls
  • Service or replace well pump per WI DNR NR812 well codes
  • Bail well
  • Blow well
  • Water testing
  • Well & Septic inspections with water test for Real Estate transactions
NEW WELL SERVICES
  • Well drilling arranged by a licensed, well respected well driller
  • Water lateral excavation
  • Well pump installed by licensed pump installer to meet WI NR812 well codes
  • Well abandonment by licensed pump installer to meet WI DNR NR812 well codes
  • Water testing
  • ater treatment of new well

    Pump Installation & Services

    pump installation and services

    Pump Installation & Services

    It's crucial that you keep your pump and well system in good order. It's a lot easier to prevent issues than to wait until you're without water!

    • Drain and Air your well tank
    • Chlorinate your well
    • Sample water annually
    • Water lateral excavation
    • Service your well pump or pump controls
    • Service or replace well pump per WI DNR NR812 well codes
    • Bail well
    • Blow well
    • Water testing
    • Well & Septic inspections with water test for Real Estate transactions
    NEW WELL SERVICES
    • Well drilling arranged by a licensed, respected well driller
    • Water lateral excavation
    • Well pump installed by licensed pump installer to meet WI NR812 well codes
    • Well abandonment by licensed pump installer to meet WI DNR NR812 well codes
    • Water testing
    • Water treatment of new well

    Water Treatment

    water treatment and testing
    What's Wrong With My Water?

    Does your water taste, smell, look, or feel differently than it should? The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has put together a great water quality webpage to help you diagnose common and not so common water quality issues. Visit their site.

    Get Tested

    Test your water annually for coliform bacteria and at least once for other a few other contaminants. Even if your water looks, tastes and smells good, it can contain harmful bacteria and viruses. Give us a call to find out more! 262.534.2170

      Septic Systems

      septic systems

      A septic system is a private method of processing waste. This includes any liquids or solids that leave your home from plumbing fixtures including sinks, toilets, and dishwashers. A system is made of three parts: drain field, the area beneath the drain field, and the actual septic tank.

      The septic tank holds the waste and is buried near the house. Capacity varies depending on the number of bedrooms within the home. The minimum septic tank size will be specified by the building code, but can be larger. This is an important consideration if you plan on adding onto your home or converting one of the rooms into an extra bedroom.

      Gravity

      One of the first types of septic systems use gravity to drain wastewater from the tank into a series of trenches. Because this system works using gravity, the drainage field must be below the level of the septic tank. Also, the bottom of the trenches must be three or four feet above the water table. This soil above the water table is used to treat the wastewater before it returns to the environment.

      Pressure Distribution

      One of the next types of septic systems uses pressure distribution. This system has a pump that distributes wastewater evenly throughout the drainage field. The pump tank holds wastewater until a certain point before it releases it into the drainage field. Pressure distribution systems are normally used when there is not enough soil depth to accommodate gravity-based systems.

      Mound

      One of the next types of septic systems is the mound design. This system is also used when the soil isn't deep enough for a traditional system. These types of septic systems have a sand-filled mound raised over the natural soil above a drainage field. The wastewater is treated as it travels through the sand and into the natural soil.

      Installing A New Septic System in Wisconsin

      Before installing a new septic system, a homeowner should consult with their local county. For an example, in Racine County you'll need:

      • a soil report from a Certified Soil Tester (CST)
      • a sanitary permit review
      • a certified installer
      • a sewage system inspection
      What is a Septic System and what does it do?

      A septic system is generally made up of two parts: a septic tank and a leaching field. Your septic system stores and treats sewage and greywater from your home before it is released back into nature (and your local water table.)

      Find out more about Septic Systems on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

      Pool Care & Services

      pool care and services

      Your swimming pool is a family place! Make sure it's clean and inviting. You can have us do a pool and spa water analysis with professional water treatment recommendations, chemicals to balance water, sanitizers, and chlorine alternatives, plus full repair and maintenance services. Is this expensive? No! It saves you money by keeping your pool or spa in excellent repair.

      • Pool and Spa Water Analysis with professional water treatment recommendations
      • Complete Line of GLB Chemicals to Balance Water
      • Complete line of GLB Sanitizers
      • Chlorine alternatives available
      • Maintenance Equipment
      • Filter Media
      • Pool Opening/Closing step by step instructions to help you open and close your pool
      • Basic Pool opening
      • Spa pump repairs/ winterizing
      • Carry in pool pump repairs
      • Ask about our "Pool Fun Club Card Savings"
      • Let us "Help you help yourself" and save money!!!!

      View or download our Pool Care Guide or our SPA Care Guide pdfs.

      POOL WATER CHEMISTRY - ASK US!!

      Pool chemistry is the part about pool care that confuses people the most. It is also the item that is most often neglected in pool care. It is important to remember that proper water quality protects your swimmers, protects the pool and its equipment and helps keep algae under control.

      We have split the water chemistry section into small sections to keep the learning simple.

      Chlorine
      Find out what chlorine does. Learn how to test and adjust the chlorine level. Understand the operation and maintenance of chlorine feeders and saltwater systems.
      pH
      Learn the importance of pH balance. Learn how to test and adjust the pH level.
      Total Alkalinity
      Learn the importance of pH balance. Learn how to test and adjust the pH level.Find out why Total Alkalinity is so important. Learn how to test and adjust the alkalinity level. Understand the importance of solution vs. suspension.
      Calcium Hardness
      Read about Calcium Hardness level. Learn how to test and adjust the hardness level.
      Stabilizer
      What does stabilizer do? Learn how to test for stabilizer and how to adjust a high stabilizer level. Read all about the great stabilizer debate.
      Salt Water Systems
      What does stabilizer do? Learn how to test for stabilizer and how to adjust a high stabilizer level. Read all about the great stabilizer debate.Find out how salt-water chlorinators work. Learn about the benefits and differences over traditional systems and read frequently asked questions. Get help choosing a system and sizing a system to your pool as well as maintaining and troubleshooting a salt system.

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      Contact Information
      Maas & Sons Water Works
      2807 Beck Drive
      Waterford, WI 53185
      P: 262.534.2170 | F: 262.534.2155
      maaswaterworks@tds.net
      Business Hours
      Mon - Fri: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
      Sat: 08:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
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