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Do’s & Don’ts

Ensure your well's longevity with our expert dos and don'ts guide.
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Dos and Don'ts for Well Maintenance

Ensuring the longevity and efficiency of your well system involves adhering to certain practices and avoiding common pitfalls. Here's a comprehensive guide to what you should and shouldn't do to keep your well in optimal condition.

Do Not:

  • Place a Shed or Covering Without an Access Port
    Avoid obstructing access to your well by installing structures like sheds or coverings without providing a port for servicing the well. Accessibility is crucial for maintenance and repairs.
  • Plant Large Trees Too Close to the Well
    Planting large trees near your well can hinder the functionality of pump trucks' cranes during service. Maintain a safe distance to ensure proper access for maintenance.
  • Leave Well Cap Unsecured
    A loose or unsecured well cap invites debris, contaminants, and even small animals into your well, compromising water quality. Always ensure the well cap is securely fastened.
  • Place Well in Center of Landscaping
    Placing the well in the center of your landscaping may seem aesthetically pleasing, but it can pose challenges for maintenance and repairs. Opt for a location that provides easy access for service personnel.
  • Change Settings in Control Panels Without Instruction
    Modifying settings in control panels without proper instruction can lead to system malfunctions or damage. Only adjust settings when directed by a qualified professional.
  • Change Pressure Setting of Pressure Switch Without Instruction
    Altering the pressure setting of the pressure switch without proper guidance can disrupt the well's operation and lead to issues with water pressure. Seek professional advice before making any adjustments.


  • Keep Well and Accessories Accessible and Serviceable
    Maintain clear access to your well and its accessories to facilitate routine maintenance and repairs. Remove any obstructions that may hinder service personnel.
  • Keep Up with Regular Maintenance, If Needed
    Schedule regular maintenance checks to ensure the continued efficiency and performance of your well system. Address any issues promptly to prevent costly repairs down the line.
  • Keep Well Cap Secured Between Services
    Secure the well cap tightly between service appointments to prevent contamination and safeguard water quality. Regularly inspect the cap for signs of wear or damage.
  • Contact Professional Support in the Event of Mechanical/Electrical Failure
    If you encounter mechanical or electrical failures, irregular sounds, loss of water pressure, or excessive cycling, seek professional assistance immediately. Prompt intervention can prevent further damage and ensure the timely restoration of your water supply.
By following these dos and don'ts, you can maintain a healthy and efficient well system that reliably provides clean water for your household or business. Remember, proactive maintenance and responsible practices are key to preserving the integrity of your well for years to come.