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Artesian wells, also known as bedrock wells or drilled wells, are becoming more and more common in New Hampshire and the northeast due to their reliability in delivering a safe water supply. Though bedrock wells have a steel casing sealed into the rock, preventing surface contaminants from entering the well, bacteria, Nitrates, and Nitrites should be tested for annually.
Artesian wells are also less likely to go dry during the dry seasons, as opposed to surface wells, due to water bearing fractures that produce a steady flow of water year round. Still, the well’s yield can be increased through hydro-fracking (short for hydro-fracturing), a process which entails pumping high volumes of water into the drill hole to enhance the productivity of existing fractures, joints, and faults.
Drilling an Artesian well is an investment into your property, and into your and your family’s health, that will pay off for many years to come. Having problems with an existing Artesian well? We are a licensed water well contractor and pump installer in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine, and we’d be glad to help. Call (800) 924-1192 today or fill out the Request a Quote form and one of our representitives will be in touch.
Let us help you to get the best quality water in your home while making sure NH kids have food security when returning to school this year. To support Drinking Water Awareness Month, Capital Well will donate 10% off all water treatment to the Backpack Program through September!