Burke Va Well Inspection

Most people tend to take the well on their property for granted. After all, it seems to work like magic. Any time you need water, you turn your faucets on and there it is.

Unfortunately, if you’re not connected to a city or county water system, your well is literally your lifeline. If something goes wrong with it and you and your family suddenly find yourselves without water, it’s a lot more than a mere inconvenience.

That’s why our Burke VA well inspection service is so important. We recommend having your well inspected annually to ensure that there are no problems or developing problems, so the water is there and ready when you need it.

If you’re new to the area and interested in buying here, you should know that we’re one of the most respected service companies in the region and are frequently called upon to perform Burke VA well inspections and septic inspections.

Although the Burke VA well inspection isn’t required by law, it’s something you should strongly consider doing because there’s no such thing as having too much information about a property you’re interested in buying. The more you know, the better.

With any luck, our inspection will reveal no problems whatsoever. If that’s the case, you can rest easy and buy with confidence. There’s tremendous peace of mind in knowing that your water supply is secure.

If we discover one or more problems, that’s good information to have too, because it gives you an easy out to walk away from the deal. Alternatively, it can be used as leverage to get the seller to lower the price. The last thing you want to do is pay top dollar to buy someone else’s problem!

Our well inspection service is comprehensive and covers every component of your well, including but not limited to:

  •  Your well itself and whatever structure surrounds or encloses it
  •  Grout
  •  Well cap
  •  The pump
  •  Arrestors
  •  Electrical wire
  •  Check valves
  •  All the piping that moves the water from the wall to your house
  •  All the fittings and connectors on that piping
  •  The control box and switches
  •  The pressure gauge
  •  And the capacitors

Most homes that have wells also have septic systems, and we perform those inspections as well. If you like, when you call to arrange one, we can do both on the same day, which again, puts more information at your fingertips so you know exactly what you’re getting yourself into if you decide to proceed with your property purchase.

Whatever your needs and preferences are, we’ve got you covered. Give our office a call today to schedule your inspection. We’ll be there when you need us and we’re looking forward to exceeding your expectations with our fast, friendly, professional service!

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Is Your Water Safe to Drink?

The EPA & Health Department Recommend You Have Your Water Tested Annually For…
  • Total Coliform Bacteria
New Well Owners – Test Now and Again in 3 Years For…
  • Total Coliform Bacteria
  • Lead
  • Nitrates/Nitrites
Keep your family safe and healthy by having your home’s water tested today!