If you’re a home or business owner who has a private water well, you know they’re cost-effective. But are you aware of the risks that come along with wells? There are a variety of factors, not limited to the age of a well, that can result in low water quality, low water production, and contamination of the water that flows into your home. It’s important to keep an eye on your well and recognize the signs that it’s time to call in the professionals at Paramount Well Service. We have specialized in residential water well repair in Bucks County for more than 30 years, and our team has the tools and the talent necessary to accurately diagnose well problems and solve them effectively.
Know The Signs
While paying regular attention to the well outside of your home, be on the lookout for the following indicators that your well needs attention or repair:
- There is less water than usual flowing from your faucets and shower heads.
- The water has a sandy texture, or it appears cloudy.
- The water has an unusual smell or taste.
- The total well depth is lower overall than it usually is.
Damage You Can’t See
Wells can become damaged in a variety of ways, predominantly due to age and changes that occur with different chemicals inside of it. In any event, you should have your well inspected approximately every three years to ensure it’s working properly. Problems that can occur inside your well can include:
- Mineral deposits have formed or become encrusted in the well.
- The well has begun to pump sand along with the water.
- Microorganisms have begun to grow inside the well, causing biofouling.
- The well itself has become corroded.
Paramount Well Service is your one-stop-shop for residential water well service in Bucks County and surrounding areas in New Jersey, including Hunterdon, Mercer, Somerset, Bergen and Morris counties. Our experienced team uses its superior knowledge of local geology and aquifers to provide flawless service in a timely and cost-effective manner, using the latest technologies, safest equipment, and safest protocols.
Residents and business owners interested in learning more about our areas of expertise or would like to take advantage of our 10% off on water treatment special, which will last until the end of March, are encouraged to call 800-352-0807 or browse our website.