A water well must be professionally installed by a well driller or contractor and maintained yearly to reduce potential health risks and well failure . Precautions must be taken as to the safety of the physical well structure, and samples must be taken of the water to ensure safety in order to have the water wells deliver clean water.
Water wells are popular as real estate development moves off of established utilities and out into rural or unincorporated areas. Wells provide continuous sources of water in most cases that eliminate the need for most if not all utility water needs.
Well water can contain any number of minerals or impurities, high sulfur content that can leave your water smelling and tasting of eggs, and iron deposits make water red and unsafe to drink.
To make sure you’re comprehensively protected against the many threats your water system can pose, you’ll need to have a water well contractor test for more than one kind of impurity. Minerals are only one source of water contamination, environmental seepage, bacteria, and debris testing all needs to be done to ensure your water is totally free of dangerous elements.