For years we had a loud and irritating rattling
inside our house caused by our well. After a discussion with
Water Well Service a solution was discussed and implemented.
Within a day of the changes we never heard the well engage,
the rattling was gone, and my wife was much easier to live
An underground vault was placed, new lines were cut in, the
tank in the house was removed, and some minor plumbing work
We had just bought a new place and found that the well did
not have the output needed for our plans. We enlisted the
help of Water Well Service and its crew. They came down, diagnosed
the problem, recommended how we could get the most out of
our well and why we were having the problems. Within days
they had the new system in operations >L.M.
The pump and motor were not large enough to handle the water
output the customer wished to have. Based on out testing multiple
options were discussed with the customer. A solution that
fit the customerís desires and budget was installed.
After looking for numerous years for a cabin we finally found
what we thought was just what we wanted. It had not been used
for numerous years so the best we could go on was what we
were told about what was existing, including a well. As we
started the fix-up process great excitement and enjoyment
was altered by water problems. The well had so little water
pressure that we could not water what we had expected and
planned to have around our cabin. After many conversations
with the local neighbors, the land broker and the previous
owner(s) we could not figure out why it was not working properly.
Weeks into the problem with many sleepless nights we decide
to try to find some professional help. We called Water Well
Service and they were there the next day. They did some preliminary
tests, pulled the well, diagnosed the problem, showed us the
problems they found, and suggested some options for our situations.
They had our pressure up that day. >D.N.
The well was found to have clogging in the filter and a general
build up that had caused the water output to be restricted.
Testing by the Utah State Water Board was suggested (This
service was provided free by the state - for more information
We have a cattle feedlot operation that counts on water for
proper wait gain. In the heat of the summer our well lost
pressure and the cattle were without water. One call to Water
Well Service and they made arrangements to meet us there.
Within an hour they had the problem found and solved. It may
not sound like a big deal but hundreds of cattle out of water
is a major problem for a profit based agriculture producer.
The well pressure switch was found to be defective and replaced.
A new enclosure was made to protect the switch from the external
elements for a longer life.