22 Apr Well Inspection Southern Idaho Magic Valley
Getting your well inspected is an important part of well ownership. Whether you are getting a new well installed or you have an existing well, knowing more about the inspection process and what to expect can help to ensure that the process goes smoothly. To that end, here are answers to some of the most common questions about well inspection and installation.
What Does a Well Inspection Involve?
Inspecting a well involves taking a closer look at a number of different aspects. For example, the well inspector will test the water to ensure there are no impurities. The inspector will also assess the water flow as well as how much water can be pumped from the well. Other aspects of the inspection will involve looking at where the well is located in relation to the septic system as well as any bodies of water or even other property lines.
What Happens After a Well Inspection?
What happens after a well inspection depends upon the results of the inspection. Obviously, if no problems are found, then no action needs to be taken. If there are any issues, on the other hand, steps will need to be taken to address those specific issues. If there are impurities in the water, for example, a water softener may need to be installed. Care must also be taken to find the source of the impurities so that source can be removed, if at all possible. If there are problems with the structural integrity of the well itself, it may need to be repaired or replaces. If there are issues with water flow, it may be necessary to replace the pump or to make other adjustments to help address this concern.
At Pump Service Idaho, you can trust us to complete the necessary inspections and to help you complete the repairs that are necessary to enjoy a fully functioning well. Contact us today to learn more!