Did you recently move into a New Jersey home that has its own well and septic system? Or has it been a while since you’ve had your water well inspected? No matter what has you looking into a well inspection, you’re probably wondering what to expect. Ackerson Pump of Sussex, NJ can help answer your questions.
A well inspection generally takes 1 to 2 hours from start to finish. The well inspector from Ackerson Pump begins the inspection inside the home. He or she will take a look at the water tank, as well as its fittings and valves. From there, the inspector will check the well and pump it. During this step, the inspector takes off the well cap and keeps an eye on the water level as it runs. Additionally, the well inspector will test the water for iron, sulfur, and hardness.
At the conclusion of the inspection, you will receive a thorough analysis of your well’s condition. The inspector will also give recommendations if any well repairs or improvements need to be made. From there, you can decide whether you want to proceed with any changes.
In addition to being a well-inspection company, Ackerson Pump can also repair or replace any water pump, water tank, or well. So from initial inspection to a fully functioning water system, Ackerson Pump is your New Jersey well expert.
Our company prides itself not only in performing the best well inspections, but in delivering superior customer service as well. To schedule your well inspection or ask questions about a residential well inspection or water pump, contact Ackerson Pump at 973-827-6088.