Well inspections, servicing Scranton, Wilkes Barre, Stroudsburg, Easton, Allentown and all surrounding areas

A well inspection will help you find common problems and solve them before they become expensive problems. A typical well inspection will examine the condition of your well pump, well pressure tank, well control systems, well cap, as well as water quality.

Well Inspections

Well Pumps

A well pump is used to retrieve water from a water well. We will inspect your well pump for proper water flow. If the flow rate is too low, it may need to be repaired or replaced.

Well Pressure Tank

A well pressure tank works by storing water under pressure. When you turn on your faucet, the pressure forces the water through the pipes and out the faucet. This provides you with immediate water without having to manually turn on the well pump.

Well Control System

We will inspect your well control system to make sure that everything is in proper working order, including your valves and switches.

Well Caps

Typically, a well driller will install a basic well cap that doesn’t have an effective seal. A non-sanitary well cap allows insects and other pests to get inside and cause problems. We highly recommend installing a sanitary well cap to prevent such problems. A well cap like this will stop bugs and pests from getting inside, keeping your water supply safe and contaminant free. We check to make sure your well is properly capped and at least 6 inches above ground level.

Well Inspections