Wisconsin is a state that still has many rural areas, including former farms and small towns. Homes and businesses in the regions often rely on well water, which is not safe to use unless it is treated. Fortunately local professionals, such as Aqua Well & Pump Systems Inc, have the training and equipment to offer Water Well Service that keeps communities healthy. They do this by providing:
ABANDONMENT SERVICES: Wisconsin has a rich farming history that has left many properties with abandoned wells. This can become a problem, because they affect the quality of groundwater. When impure water seeps into improperly abandoned wells, it can affect nearby drinking wells. This contaminated water becomes a health threat. Aqua Well professionals specialize in well abandonment services. They can evaluate unused wells, and seal them, to prevent pollution.
WELL DIGGING: Water professionals can dig replacement wells when previous ones are faulty, or they can create a first-time wells when clients are building a home. Water Well Service experts find the safest and most efficient location, drill the well, and install equipment that is guaranteed to be efficient and up to code. Professionals also install yard hydrants, water laterals, pond pumps, and horse waterers.
REPAIRS: With routine professional service, wells can provide plenty of healthy water for years. Aqua Well technicians offer maintenance that includes testing equipment, as well as repairs to pumps, pressure tanks, and more.
INSPECTIONS: Well professionals offer expert inspections for property buyers and sellers, or when there is any doubt of well water purity. They test water and equipment and ensure that they are up to code and safe.
AIRLIFTING: The bottoms and sides of older wells often contain a build-up of sediment that reduces efficiency and affects water quality. Professionals can correct these problems by airlifting wells. During the process they remove pumping systems and insert a pipe into the well. A powerful air compressor is then used to blow out sediment until water quality and efficiency have reached acceptable levels.