If your home is on a well system, regular inspections are the best way to ensure the safety and efficiency of your well system and keep your family healthy. Knowing what to expect during a well inspection can help you prepare for this essential maintenance procedure.
First, your inspector looks at all the equipment on your well. This includes things like the pump and storage tank as well as any caps or vents. The inspector ensures that everything is in good working order and that nothing needs to be replaced.
Inspectors are familiar with all of the local codes and regulations regarding wells in your particular area. Your well is also evaluated for compliance with these standards, including the source of the water, the well system and the area surrounding the well. Noncompliance could result in fines.
Sample Collection and Testing
Finally, one of the most important aspects of a well inspection is the collection of water samples. The inspector sends a sample of your well water off to be analyzed at a lab. The lab tests the water for things like E.coli, rust or any other hazardous bacteria or chemicals that could potentially make you or your family sick.
Need a Well Inspection in Longbranch?
If you are in need of assistance with your well in Longbranch, Coolwater Drilling can help. Our technicians know what to look for in your well and can make sure it is safe and up to code. We also offer well drilling, water treatment, and well pump services to keep your well maintained and in good condition. Contact us for your well inspection today!
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