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Well Flow Inspection

At Onega & Sons Inspection Services, we understand the importance of a reliable water well system for your property. Our specialized well flow inspection services in Harmony, PA, are designed to ensure the efficiency and performance of your well, providing you with peace of mind regarding your water supply.

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Do I Need a Well Flow Test?

If you are contemplating purchasing a home in Pennsylvania with a private well, a well flow test can provide you with the information you need to determine if a well system is delivering enough water supply to the home. A well evaluation can also identify possible repair needs or adjustments, and if another water source may be necessary.

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What is a Well Flow Test?

The ultimate goal of a well flow test is to determine if the well is capable of producing enough water for daily usage. During the test, water is monitored as it flows out out the well and the well's recovery rate is analyzed. From this, the overall flow rate (gallons per minute) and the water pressure can be determined. At Onega & Sons Inspection Services, our Well Flow Test includes:

1. Flow Rate Measurement:

 

The primary objective of a well flow inspection is to determine the rate at which water is flowing from the well. This is measured in gallons per minute (GPM). Understanding the flow rate helps assess the well's capacity to meet the water demands of the property.
 
2. Pressure Testing:

 

Pressure testing involves evaluating the water pressure within the well system. Proper pressure is essential for the efficient distribution of water to various points in the property. Inconsistent pressure or low pressure may indicate issues such as pump malfunction or well interference.

3. Visual Inspection of Equipment:

 

A thorough visual examination of the well's components, including the pump, pressure tank, and associated plumbing, is conducted. Any signs of wear, damage, or corrosion are noted.

4. Pump Performance Evaluation:

 

The inspection often involves evaluating the performance of the well pump. This includes checking for any unusual noises, vibrations, or signs of wear that might indicate potential issues.

5. Documentation of Findings:

The results of the well flow inspection are documented in a report. This report typically includes details on flow rates, pressure measurements, and any observed issues or recommendations for maintenance or repairs.

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What Should I Know When Purchasing a Home With a Private Well?

It is recommended that all well systems be serviced regularly by a licensed plumber or qualified well contractor. For all real estate transactions where a well is present, Onega & Sons Inspection Services suggests obtaining the well's service log from the property owner which will generally include detailed information such as: locations of the well's components, pump and casing depth, service records, well yield date, age of well components (tank, pump, wiring, etc.) and more.

We advise you to verify with the town or a well contractor that the location of the well is a sufficient distance from the septic system and drainage fields to prevent contamination.

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Why Choose Onega & Sons Inspection Services for my Well Flow Inspection?

  • Expertise: Our team comprises skilled professionals with expertise in well flow inspections, ensuring accurate assessments.

  • Reliability: We prioritize the reliability of your water well system, aiming to identify and address potential issues promptly.

  • Transparent Communication: We believe in transparent communication, keeping you informed throughout the inspection process and providing clear recommendations.

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Additional Questions?

Please don't hesitate to contact us through email or phone, we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Call: (724)452-5025

Email: onega.inspections@zoominternet.net

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Schedule Your Well Flow Inspection Today

Ensure the longevity and efficiency of your well system with Onega & Sons Inspection Services. Contact us today to schedule a well flow inspection tailored to the needs of your home.

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