Wells that are decades old or have been left unused for months or years at a time can both benefit from the well rehabilitation process. Pumping water from a well on a daily basis promotes its good condition.
Older wells can accumulate years of buildup, most times from iron and sediments in the water. This is shown by a red or brown color in the water. Often times chlorinating (sanitizing) the well and water lines, then pumping out the water and build up is sufficient to clear up the water.
For more severe cases we first chlorinate the well, and then use an air compressor to introduce heavy air pressure via a pipe into the well itself. This agitates the water in the well causing build up to break loose from the well walls and be blown out of the well.
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