Water wells use perforated pipes and screens to keep dirt, rock, and debris from entering the inner chamber where water is pumped to the service. Over time, these small holes can get plugged up with mineral deposits or even residue left behind by bacteria.
If your well is not producing as much water as it should, this could be the issue. First, we will use a submersible camera to scope out the situation deep inside your well. If we determine that the screen or perforated pipe is plugged up, we’ll use a combination of acid and brushing to clean out the holes and get your well producing again.
The acid-cleaning process can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks depending on the cause of the problem and how severe it is.
Water Well Cleaning
Water Well Repair
Water Well Destruction