Getting Started With A Residential Water Well

Having your own residential water well installed can be a daunting task. From hiring the right well drilling company to finding the proper location, you’ll have a lot on your plate. However, the downsides are outweighed once you consider the many benefits of owning your own well. To start on the road to having your own well drilled, it’s important to go over the benefits and understand the basics of getting started. 

Control Over Your Water Supply

As an owner of a residential water well, you’ll have complete control over your water supply. This has multiple benefits such as independence from public water sources as well as full knowledge about the water you use. If you use public water, you rely on outside sources for our most precious resource. If your public water supply ever experiences issues like heavy pollution – with a residential water well, you can avoid the issue entirely. Since regular water testing is required for a residential well, you’ll know exactly what is in your water supply which can give peace of mind. 

Worthwhile Investment

Something that occasionally scares people out of having their own well drilled is the upfront cost. However, by investing in your own well, you will save money over time compared to getting your water from a public source. If you are looking to make a smart, long-term investment, consider getting a residential water well. In addition to saving money, you will also be increasing the value of your property. When it’s time to put your home on the market, you will have a unique selling point that can help you get the best price possible. 

Clean Water, Clean Environment

Owners of residential water wells will attest to the purity of their water. Not only are they aware of the water’s purity, but most report a better taste than water from public sources. In addition, water wells give you a source of water without polluting the nearby environment with unnecessary chemicals sometimes added to public water.

Choosing a Location

Once you’ve made the decision to move forward and drill a residential water well, it’s time for you and the well drilling contractor to decide on a location to drill. Water wells should be drilled in an area that takes convenience as well as home and garden designs into account. The location should be easy to access and installed away from your home’s plumbing systems. You should also avoid areas near gardens or any outdoor space that animals frequent. Otherwise, animal waste could potentially enter your water supply.

How Deep Does The Well Need to Be?

The required depth of a water well varies from situation to situation. Some well can be dug as shallow as 100 feet deep while others could be over 1000 feet deep. This all depends on the location of underground aquifers, or underground pockets of water, as well as your property’s geology. To accurately assess the required depth of your water well, it’s essential that you call a professional water well drilling company. They will be able to find the ideal location for your well by using their expertise and latest technology. 

Residential Water Well Drilling Professionals

A1 Drilling and Pump Service is an expert well drilling company with 4 generations of experience. Well drilling is just one of the many services we offer to make your life easier. Available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, A1 Drilling and Pump service is always ready to provide expert service. Whether you are looking to install a new residential water well or repair the one you already have, A1 Drilling and Pump Service has you covered. Contact us today to take control of your water supply.

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