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Secure Your Water's Future: Professional Well Inspection Services

Safeguard Your Well, Protect Your Health

Water is the essence of life, and the foundation of health and comfort in your home or business. At Heidikin, we understand the critical importance of ensuring your water source remains pristine, safe, and functioning optimally. If you're a homeowner, property buyer, real estate agent, or business owner, our specialized well inspection services are designed to provide peace of mind and prevent future headaches.

Why Choose Professional Well Inspection?


Our in-depth well inspections go beyond basic checks. They are preventive and diagnostic health checks for your water supply system. Here's how you benefit:

  • Catch Concerns Early: Early detection of potential issues can save you thousands in future repair costs. From mechanical failures to structural damage, our experts know exactly what to look for.

  • Essential for Real Estate Transactions: Ensure a smooth property sale or purchase with a comprehensive well inspection. We check for costly concerns and perform detailed water quality tests, giving you full transparency on your investment.

  • Water Quality and Safety: Our water sampling tests reveal the presence of any impurities, bacteria, or elements that could compromise your water's safety. Knowledge is power – ensure your water is safe for consumption.


The Heidikin Difference


At Heidikin, we pride ourselves on our meticulous approach and commitment to our clients' well-being. Our team of certified professionals uses the latest technology and methods to provide accurate, reliable results.

  • Expert Team: Our well inspectors are experienced, skilled, and equipped to handle all aspects of well inspection, delivering thorough assessments and actionable insights.

  • Comprehensive Solutions: From mechanical integrity checks to water quality analysis, we offer a full suite of inspection services to meet all your needs.

  • Customer Focused: We understand the importance of clear communication, timely service, and transparent processes. Your satisfaction and safety are our top priorities.

Frequent Causes for Concern


Low Water Pressure: If you have low water pressure, it can be caused by a variety of problems.  It can be as simple as a bad pressure switch, which tells the well when to turn on and off.  Or, it could be that the well has a leak somewhere and the water your well is trying to get to your faucet is getting diverted off somewhere.  It often takes a trained professional to troubleshoot the correct reason there’s a lack of pressure.  On the flip side, it could be that the well is operating normally, and there’s an issue with the plumbing in the house.  We often see it where people think their well is bad because of a lack of water pressure, but really its a plugged up water filter.


Well Makes Loud Noises: If your well makes loud noises, it’s often an indication that the well pump is nearing the end of its useful life.  Often there are signs such as noise that indicate a failure in the future, but we’re too busy to notice until it’s too late.  If you think your well is unusually noisy, you might want to get it looked at before you’re unpleasantly surprised with no water at your tap!


Well Turns On A Lot: If you’re well seems to turn on frequently it could be that you have a bad pressure tank!  Pressure tanks are installed to help keep water pressure consistent, but also to reduce the frequency the well has to turn on. The idea is, you don’t want your well turning on every time you wash your hands or flush the toilet.  Unfortunately, if the pressure tank has a failure, it can result in the well short cycling.  However, it could also be a leak somewhere in the piping forcing the pump to turn on frequently to try to keep the pressure where you want it.


I Hear Water Flowing At The Well Outside: If you hear water flowing in the well outside, its usually a pretty good indication that the drop pipe going to the well pump has a leak.  Overtime a lot of these old metal pipes begin to rust through and leak which can make your well sound like a distant waterfall. This will ultimately result in reduced water pressure, and premature well pump failure.


My Well Never Shuts Off and My Electric Bills Are High!: This is often due to a leak in the piping that results in the pump running constantly and racking up kilowatt hours on your electrical bill.  If your electric bill seems consistently high, your well might never shut off.

Schedule Your Well Inspection Today


Don't wait for small concerns to become big problems. Whether you're securing the health of your home's water supply or navigating a real estate transaction, a professional well inspection is a wise investment in your future.

Call us today to schedule your comprehensive well inspection. Protect your water, protect your investment, and gain invaluable peace of mind.

At Heidikin, we're not just inspecting wells – we're preserving your water's future.

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