Save Your Time & Money
Hassle-Free Water Well Maintenance Program
Whether you are a commercial or residential well owner, an interruption in your water supply is often more than just an inconvenience, it’s expensive. The hassle free maintenance program is designed to save you thousands of dollars and prevent untimely interruptions in your water supply. Our expert water well technicians will help you prevent small repairs from becoming big costs – contact us today to find out more!
Hassle-Free Water Well Maintenance Program
What Will I Get?
Time flies and it’s easy to forget maintenance so we contact you every 5 years to schedule a convenient time for your maintenance check up.
After your maintenance check up you will receive a personalized report including tips from our water well experts to help improve the longevity of your water supply system.
Less Hassle. More Money.
When all said and done, the program saves you the hassle and costs that come with unexpected water supply issues.
We recommend every 5 years but if you observe any of the following warning signs call us immediately to service your well:
- Funky Taste or Odor
- Cloudy Water
- Low or Surging Water Pressure
- Pump Constantly Turning On and Off
What’s Involved In Well Maintenance?
Above Ground Well Inspection
Well Cap – Condition of the cap and seals indicates whether any contaminants may have entered through the well opening.
Water Odor – Any unusual odors or smells coming from the well indicates potential water supply contamination issues.
Electrical Wiring – A visual check determines whether the caps are secure and the wires have no frays.
Casing Height – Measuring the length of casing to verify it’s at least 12 inches above ground with no visible damage or corrosion.
Concrete Pad – Certain properties and well types require a concrete pad surrounding the well to prevent sinking and seepage.
Well System Component Inspection
Water Pipe & Wiring – Pulling the drop pipe allows us to ensure the pipe has no corrosion, the couplings are tight, and the wiring has no frays.
Water Pump – Testing the water pump motor gives an idea of how much longer the pump will last.
Electrical Control Box – Verify connections are in place and no wires have been frayed or cut.
Pressure Tanks & Gauges – Examine functionality of pressure tank and the accuracy of pressure gauges.
Water Quantity Testing
Water Quantity Testing – Flow testing ensures the well is able to meet your requirements and is most common during new well installs, real estate sales inspections, or when new additions to a home require more water. For example, jacuzzis, irrigation systems, and rain showers would all place a higher demand on your water well.
What About Water Quality Testing?
Whether your water well is for commercial or residential use, we strongly advise water quality testing once a year. This service is offered to you during our maintenance check. More information on the recommendation for annual water well testing is also found in the Water Well Owner Guide published by the National Groundwater Association (NGWA).
Why Routine Water Well Maintenance Important
For Residential & Commercial Well Owners
Keep You & Your Family Members Safe
For homeowners, dealing with an unexpected water supply issue can be dangerous, expensive, and frustrating experience, but routine water well maintenance is a great way to:
- Protect Your Family from Contaminated Water
- Prevent Unexpected Water Shortages
- Avoid Costly Repairs and Replacements
Protect Your Crops, Your Livestock, & Your Business
For farmers and business owners, unexpected water supply issues can be disastrous for crops, livestock, and your business. Routine water well maintenance helps ensure:
- High-Yield Crop Growth
- Healthy & High Production Livestock
- Beautiful Green Golf Courses
Safeguard Your Community & Your Company
For engineers and contractors, water supply issues can put your community and your company in danger, but routine water well maintenance helps safeguard against:
- Environmental Spills and Contamination
- Shortages in Public Water Supply
- Expensive Repair and Replacement Projects
Enrollment is Free!
Call or Visit Our Office in Minnesota!
If you are a new customer and want to learn more about the program or our commitment to quality, service, and reliability visit our home office located in Willmar, Minnesota or give us a call and talk to the water well maintenance experts who are dedicated to keeping your water running smoothly for years to come.