Living on Martha’s Vineyard comes with many wonders and struggles. Water quality can be one of those struggles. The water on the Vineyard varies tremendously based on the different layers of rock and sediment left by the receding ice sheet 10,000 years ago. So levels of iron, manganese, and other minerals as well as acidic or basic water can vary dramatically from property to property. This is why your well water may only be acidic, but your neighbor’s water is full of iron.
While we do not drill wells, we service and replace well pumps, well tanks, and water treatment systems.
Most people have well water on the island. Most well water on the island suffers from two main problems, low pH and iron. Please refer to our What We Test for in your Water page for more information on what issues you may encounter.