Well Cementing & Cement Tile Wells
Common Surface Wells Found in New Hampshire
Cement tile wells, while common across New Hampshire, are more susceptible to contamination simply because the top of the well is often exposed to the elements. As such, cement tile wells should be tested annually for bacteria, Nitrates, Nitrites, and other contaminants, especially because contaminants may take years to fully flush out.
Contamination of groundwater is difficult to detect in the early stages, and the source of the contamination can be even harder to ascertain, making it all the more crucial to rely on a team that excels in both experience and expertise. Inadequate well caps, compromised well casings or annular seals, and simple poor construction may be at fault, sometimes requiring repair and other times replacement.
Have a Problem with Your Cement Tile Well?
We can help. Ensure your well cementing is properly laid, your water is free from contaminants, and your systems run clean and clear for years to come. In New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine, call our licensed water well contractors and pump installers today at (800) 924-1192.