What You Need To Know About Water Well Rehabilitation
Good clean drinking water is essential to your health and well-being. An existing well is a great thing but over time wells can start to have some issues that must be fixed or the well abandoned. Here are some of the things you need to know about water well rehabilitation.
More Economical Than Redrilling
Wells are much cheaper to repair and clean then drilling another well. Many people do not realize that these inexpensive measures can achieve great things in little time. If there is an older well on a property, it is worthwhile to have it appraised to see if it is a good candidate for rehabilitation.
Caving In Can Cause Contamination
If well housing becomes cracked or in disrepair, this can lead to contamination of your water supply. Older wells should have tests conducted to ensure that water is clean enough for consumption by all. If wells test “dirty” measures can be taken to get wells clean again.
Wells Can Become Contaminated During Droughts
If the water table drops unusually low or changes through seismic activity, your well can start to have problems. To determine if a well is a good candidate for rehabilitation, a specialist will test the level of the well and see if it has adequate flow into it. If it does not then, rehabilitation might not be an option.
Water Well Specialists Are The Answer
Brotcke Well & Pump can assist you with any questions or services related to your well and pump. Our well rehabilitation services include our unique high-velocity injection technique that cleans out your well of debris and build up, leaving you with great tasting and clean water. We also offer pump repair and replacement if needed. Contact us today for an evaluation and quote.