We Offer Well Replacement Services for NH, MA, and ME
Low Water Pressure or No Water Might Mean You Have a Damaged Well
If a water well replacement is the only way to solve your water issue then we can help you out. Water wells generally last quite awhile, up to forty years in some cases, but they aren't meant to be and can't be permanent fixtures. There are many reasons for a water well to lose its functionality: structural damage, changes in the water table or aquifer, contamination, property or water rights issues. Whatever the reason is for you, we'll do what we can to help you get your water turned on again.
Our experience in water well replacement means we know your state and local regulations for assuring your next water well will produce clean and safe water.
We can also help you decommission your old water well according to state standards for environmental safety. We use bentonite and concrete to make sure your abandoned well doesn't become a source of problems for your new well or someone else who might tapping into the same aquifer.
Your water well replacement process can seem like a daunting task, but we can walk you through it and have you running water in your home again within a couple of days of starting the project. Call us at Comac Pump & Well (800) 343-1411 for an evaluation and recommendation.