Well Pump Services
Highly rated water well services
We have plumbing and well service trucks all over Southeastern WI. When you are looking for water well services near me, chances are we’re just around the corner.
Rapid response to water well emergencies
Our 5-star reputation speaks for itself and so does our 80 year history of fixing well systems. Hundreds of 5-star water well service Google reviews.
Licensed by the Wisconsin DNR for wells & pumps
Since we are licensed by the State of Wisconsin to provide any water well service, you know you can trust our water well expertise.
We make water well services affordable
Water well problems can come unexpectedly and be costly. For that reason, we have financing available to make our water well services the most affordable.
Why Choose Austin Plumbing, Heating & Air For Well Water Services
We Are Local
With a shop in Germantown, Wisconsin as well as Hartland, Wisconsin, you know that there is always a well pump repair plumber near you.
Fast Well Pump Repairs & Replacements
Water is critical, and if your well pump isn’t working, we know how much of an inconvenience that can be to you and your family. You can trust Austin Plumbing Heating & Air to respond promptly to your well pump emergency with the equipment and materials to swiftly perform water well services and well pump repairs.
Fully Stocked Well Service Trucks
Our plumbing and well service trucks are fully stocked to be able to perform most well pump repairs and replacements on the same trip. This saves you time, money, and frustration. Our “Warehouse on Wheels” is stocked with pressure tanks, well pump control boxes, well pumps, and other water well system components that commonly fail and cause well pump failure.
We’re a highly reviewed water well service and well pump repair and replacement contractor. Over our many years in business, we have earned the reviews of thousands of clients.
Frequently Asked Questions
The well depth in Southeastern Wisconsin can vary a lot! There are many shallow wells, some only 40 feet deep around the lakes in the Lake Country area and many 500 foot wells right across the street. Geology is not an exact science which is why the depth of wells in our area varies.
There are three typical well types:
Shallow drilled wells are bored into an unconfined water source, generally found at depths of about 100 feet or less.
Consolidated or “rock” wells are drilled into rock, typically limestone . These wells do not require casing because they collapse. Their average depth is about 250 feet.
Unconsolidated or “sand” wells are drilled into a formation consisting of soil, sand, gravel or clay material that collapses upon itself.
The pump that goes inside the well may only last 10-15 years. However, the drilled water well itself may last a lifetime. This is assuming that the well is drilled on property in an abundant area of water. There are other wells that plug up over time and run dry. It is not a common occurrence to have an actual water well dry up and fail but it does happen occasionally.
We sure do. Because that’s the <right thing to do>.
Yes you do. Water wells create the potential for groundwater contamination, which is why it’s critical that you only rely on a well water professional. The codes that govern the work on, in and round private water wells in Wisconsin is the Department Natural of Resources. Austin Plumbing, Heating & Air is not only a licensed plumbing contractor, but also a licensed well contractor and pump installer in Wisconsin.