Choosing Where and How to Install Your Well Water System

Choosing Where and How to Install Your Well Water System

Choosing Where and How to Install Your Well Water System

Are you planning to install a new water well on your property? If so, there are several factors that you need to take into consideration when determining where and how you will have the new well installed. 

Determining the Proper Depth

A number of factors need to be taken into consideration when determining how deep you need to install your well. These factors include how you plan to use the well as well as the geology of your land. Generally speaking, wells in the United States are installed anywhere between one hundred and five hundred feet deep. It is important to hire a professional to help you determine the proper depth for your well, your property and your needs. 

Examining Geological Factors

In addition to playing a role in determining how deep you should install your well, geology will also help you to determine where your well should be drilled. The type of ground that you have on your property as well as the contents of your soil will both be factors to consider when choosing the proper location. Not only will the ground have an impact on how easy it is to drill in a certain area, but it will also play a part in determining the best location for underground water. 

Staying Clear of Toxins

When selecting the best location for a well, it is also essential to consider the location of any potential toxins that could create problems with your water supply. To ensure your water remains safe to use and to drink, you should not drill your well near to any chemicals or other toxins. Waste dumping areas, sewage systems and agricultural fertilizers are all things that should be considered when selecting the best location for your water well.

To learn more and to get assistance with choosing the right location and installing your well water system, contact Pump Service Idaho today!

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