FAQ’s About Your Water Wells: Part 2
In a previous resource page, our professional well-drillers discussed frequently asked questions to offer insight and answers to our customers. At Updike Water Well Drillers, we believe it is important to educate our customers on our water wells to allow them to make future decisions and help them determine if they need a well pump repair or a maintenance service. Our company offers many different well pump services and installations to ensure you and your loved ones have healthy and safe water. Check below to see our professional opinion on the common questions we receive from our clients.
Question: Where should my well be located?
Answer: The location of your well is determined by many different factors that are unique to your land. Our professionals will inspect your land to find the best location that has a lower chance of contamination and appears to have a good source of groundwater. It is important to hire our professional company to install and drill your well to help alleviate the need for a future well pump repair.
Question: Will my well run dry?
Answer: You typically will not have issues with your private well running dry. Many property owners can enjoy their well for decades without problems.
Question: What role does The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) take in my privately owned well?
Answer: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates public drinking water systems but they do not control your privately owned well. If you have your own water well, it is important to have your well water tested through our regular maintenance services to ensure your water does not contain harmful contaminants or toxins. Our professional well-drillers offer families peace of mind by ensuring their water is safe and healthy to consume.
We strive to offer superior services by providing an exceptional customer experience. Whether you are interested in learning more about our services or you need a well pump repair, we encourage our clients to contact us today at (315) 595-2562. We would be happy to answer your questions or concerns regarding our services. We also offer free estimates for your convenience.