Record Keeping

Record keeping is a must if you want to protect your investment, guarantee clean water, reliable water source and keep your well operating at its best. Reduce the odds of catastrophic well failure.

These records help anyone inspecting or repairing to your well. These records are also useful information for you or contractors to consult when you landscape or build on your property. Finally, they offer important information about your will for anyone who may purchase your property in the future. 

WATER WELL LOGS

Making and keeping a detailed record of the repairs, maintenance, and water tests.

WELL PERMIT AND WELL COMPLETION REPORT

A quality well log will include a reference number for the well, well share agreement, registered well owner, location of the well, construction and contractor details, as well as the results from any water tests. The well log should help establish the location, age, and condition of the well. This information will provide the basis on which to schedule regular tests of water quality and inspections of well equipment as well as regular maintenance and repairs. 

BENEFITS OF MAINTAINING WELL RECORDS

These records help anyone inspecting or repairing to your well. These records are also useful information for you or contractors to consult when you landscape or build on your property.