Water Well Preventative Maintenance Season is here in New England

Well its the first day of fall and my personal most favorite time of the year. Its looking like its going to be a beautiful one here in New England. I know here in New Hampshire we are starting to see little peeks of color coming in the trees the cool weather is greeting us first thing in the morning and by noon we are back in Tank tops got to love New England I know I sure do.

As only a true New Englander would know fall is also the time of year when we have to batten down the hatches and get everything ready for winter. At our homestead that usually involves getting our chimneys swept, stacking wood for the fireplaces, winterizing our animal enclosures, having our furnace cleaned and inspecting our water well system before the leaves and snow flies.

Now I cant give you advice on anything other than inspecting your well system and or maybe winterizing animal enclosures. So lets get right down to the nitty gritty as to why you should or shouldn’t have your water well system inspected yearly. Lets start with acknowledging that many homeowners do not realize that its even recommended to have routine maintenance and mechanical inspections preformed on their water systems. To me that is a problem and one I aim to help correct.

What is a Water Well preventative Maintenance Inspection?

A maintenance inspection preformed by Northeast Water Wells inc is much like a xyz mile inspection you would have done on your car. This means the degree of inspection will vary on how long its been since you last service. Most often however the inspection involves a complete mechanic system evaluation on your well pump and water pressure tank system and or water quality testing call into our office today and one of our representatives can help design the best inspection to fit your needs.

Why should I have a Maintenance inspection done in the fall ?

Picture it, Massachusetts January 2022 its the middle of a blizzard (did you catch my Golden Girls Reference (yes i am that old) ) your taking a warm shower all lathered up after shoveling 3 feet of the drive while snow is still falling around you and the water just stops. Come on now really?? NO WATER what do I do now … well you call your Wellguy he most likely tells you they cant service the system until the roads are safe to drive on and that you will need to have the well head exposed before the technicians arrive to reduce service call costs.

Now what if I told you that by having northeast water wells out in the fall to inspect the condition of your system you could significantly reduce the likelihood of this situation taking place ? Sound good? I thought so too. Our trained technicians are able to take detailed readings off your equipment and give you detailed understanding of the health of your pumping system. Following up they will recommend any repairs needed to your system so the work can be completed before your paying emergency rates and shoveling out your well head in the middle of a snow storm.

Preforming maintenance on all your homes mechanical systems just makes sense and our technicians are excited to help keep fresh quality water flowing in your home for years to come.

Northeast Water Wells Inc has been serving Massachusetts and New Hampshire since 1966. Mention this blog to receive $20.00 off your inspection this fall.