Well Inspections and Water Testing
Common problems and issues that prompt customers to our website.
- New Construction
- Upgrading Existing Well
- Out of Water
- Low Water Pressure
- Poor Water Quality
- Water Discolored
- Sediment in Water
- Water has Odor
- Need More Water
- Putting in Lawn Irrigation
- Old Well is Slow
- Since Storm / Have less/no water
- Pump is Making Noise
- Pressure Tank is Making Noise
- Geothermal Heating System
- Selling/Buying Home
- I can hear my pump running constantly
- I think my Pressure Tank is Water Logged
- I have less water than normal
- How do I Winterize my Cabin/Home
- My Breaker Keeps Tripping
Are you Selling or Buying a Home?
In WI, the state requires that all homes utilizing well water have a well and water system inspection as well as water testing completed before the sale of their property. We can help you with both.
Are you Concerned About your Water Quality? Pregnant, Nursing, Have Elderly or Young Children in your Home?
Water quality is always a concern. It is of the utmost importance however, when you are pregnant, nursing, have young children, elderly or immune compromised family members in the home. In addition, the DNR recommends well water for human consumption be tested at least once per year. When was yours last tested? Common tests include E. Coli, Bacteria, Iron, Lead, Arsenic and Nitrates. Call us to have your well water sampled and tested today.
Does your Well Water Have an Unpleasant Odor or Bad Taste?
Some common causes of well water odor and an unsavory taste can be easily rectified. This is often caused by iron bacteria, sulfur bacteria or stagnant water. Call our office today and we’ll help you troubleshoot.
On occasion, well water will discolor clothing and stain sinks and toilets. This can be caused by high amounts of iron in your well water. Give us a call today to help troubleshoot this problem.
Are you Located in a High Arsenic Level Location?
Some geological areas in WI are considered to have high arsenic in their ground water. If your well exists in these areas, your well water may need to be tested frequently. Please call our office for more information.
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At the customers request, we commonly work with your contractor and coordinate our work for you. This allows you more time to concentrate on other matters.