Well Inspection

Your well water inspection will include:

  • A flow test

    to determine system output and a check of the water level before and during pumping, pump motor performance (check amp load, grounding, and line voltage), pressure tank and pressure switch contact, and general water quality (odor, cloudiness, etc.).

  • An inspection of well equipment

    to assure that it is sanitary and meets local code requirements.

  • A test of your water

    for coliform bacteria and nitrates, iron, manganese, water hardness, sulfides and anything else of concern in your area that could pose problems with your plumbing, staining, water appearance, and odor.

  • A concise, clear, written report

    explaining results and recommendations for your well that include all laboratory and other test results.

Prior to the inspection, you should obtain your well’s log or record, which contains information on the history of the well and the ground surrounding it. Contractors must file well logs with their respective states upon completion of all new wells. However, well owners should also own a copy in case the well needs to be serviced at any time.

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