How to Keep Your Water Well Maintained

How to Keep Your Water Well Maintained

A well-maintained water well will help to ensure that you have access to fresh, clean water for many years. However, if your water well is not properly maintained it could cause problems with the quality of the water and may even lead to dangerous bacteria growth. Have you ever considered what would happen if your drinking supply was contaminated? Luckily there are steps that can be taken to avoid this from happening! Here are some simple ways to keep your water well in good condition.


Maintain healthy levels with an annual check by a licensed well water professional.  A water well professional will know the correct levels and can determine if your water supply is safe and your well is functioning properly.  Testing for bacteria during this annual check is recommended.


Check your well, including the well cap, and fix any leaks or cracks in pipes or tanks as soon as they are noticed.  Cracks or leaks could cause contamination of your water and should be addressed immediately.  If you notice a crack or leak, call a water well professional.


Keep hazardous chemicals and substances away from your water well.  These can include pesticides, fertilizers, motor oil, paint, etc.  While they may seem harmless, these substances can seep into the ground and cause contamination problems.


A clean and safe water supply is important for you and your family.  If you are using a water well to supply water to your home, you’ll need to ensure that it is well maintained.  The best way to keep your water well maintained is to get a company that specializes in this. We’ve been helping homeowners maintain their wells for over 75 years and we’d love to help you too!  If you want more information on how we can help, just fill out the form on our home page and we will be in touch with you shortly!


Additional note: When constructing a water well on your property, always use a licensed and experienced water well drilling company to avoid future issues and make sure that your well is properly installed and provides a safe water supply.

By |2021-12-09T18:03:05+00:00December 9th, 2021|Uncategorized|