23 Dec Three Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Water Well Inspector
As a homeowner with a water well, it is a good idea to have your well and water tank inspected on a regular basis. Not only is this a good way to catch problems early so they can be repaired before the damage becomes worse and more costly to repair, but it also helps to prevent damage from occurring in the first place while also ensuring your system runs as efficiently as possible. Ultimately, a more efficient system will save you money while also being less frustrating for you and your family.
Generally speaking, homeowners should have their well and tank inspected at least once very two to three years. When hiring someone to complete this inspection for you, you certainly want to be sure that the company you are hiring will do the job right. Therefore, there are three key questions that you should ask when hiring a company to inspect your well water system. These questions include:
- How long will the inspection process take to complete? Ideally, you should be with the inspector while the inspection is being completed. This way, you can ask questions and receive clarification on issues that your may need to address. Since the process will likely require you to take some time out of your day to complete, it is a good idea for you to ask how long the appointment is likely to take.
- Do you replace parts automatically? As your well system is inspected, the inspector will take a closer look at things such as valves and fittings. Find out whether or not these items will be replaced automatically as part of preventative maintenance or if they are only replaced if they are in disrepair.
- Can you make my well function more efficiently? While your system may technically not need repairs, certain upgrades and tips may help you get the most out of your system. A qualified inspector should be able to suggest the types of changes that you may want to make.
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