Well Shocking and Well Pumps

Your Trusted Well Shocking Experts

Keep your well working properly with regular well maintenance services. Well shocking is a relatively inexpensive and straightforward procedure used to control bacteria in water wells. Contact the experienced staff at Updike Water Well Drillers when you need thorough well shocking services.
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Protect Your Well With a Thorough Well Shocking

Many forms of bacteria can contaminate a well, but the most common are bacteria that reduce the iron and sulfate content from your well. Although it does not affect humans directly, it will affect your well casing, water piping and pumping equipment, creating problems such as:
  • Reduced well yield
  • Restricted water flow in distribution lines
  • Staining of plumbing fixtures and laundry
  • Plugging of water treatment equipment
  • Rotten-egg odor
Bacteria are introduced to your well during the time of drilling or well pump repairs. On the other hand, iron and sulfate reducing bacteria can exist naturally in groundwater.

When a well is pumped, the water flowing in will also bring nutrients that enhance bacterial growth. Wells can also be contaminated with harmful bacteria such as fecal coliforms. Well shocking is the most effective method to eliminate these harmful contaminants. Get in touch with Updike Water Well Drillers today!
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Superior Well Pump Services

In addition to well shocking and drilling, you can expect us to provide you with quality pumps of all sizes for your well. You can rest easy that we offer a 6-year warranty on all our well pumps. With over 47 years of experience, our commitment to excellence has earned us the reputation as the well pump experts.

Our friendly and professional staff is always happy to answer any questions you may have about our company or our services. All our work is guaranteed! We feature top brands such as Goulds and Franklin pumps. Call us today and ask about our warranty on pumps!
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