With many people looking to move from a traditional well to a municipal water source, residents with wells are left wondering how to make the switch and what to do with the well. The well abandonment technicians at Ron Krizan Pump and Plumbing have been assisting local residents of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, Walworth, Kenosha Counties and Southeastern Wisconsin with proper well abandonment for years.
Proper well abandonment is more important than most people think. When unused and improperly abandoned, wells become a threat to groundwater quality. Improperly abandoned wells risk the spread of contaminated surface or soil water into surrounding groundwater, which may then spread to nearby drinking water wells.
Additionally, improperly abandoned flowing wells may lower artesian pressure in active neighboring wells. Needless to say, abandoned wells are also a safety hazard for children and small animals. There have been more than a few children who have fallen down empty, abandoned wells, some of whom have died as a result.
The licensed well abandonment technicians of Ron Krizan Pump and Plumbing specialize in the state-preferred well abandonment process. Our well abandonment technicians are diligent about following all local and state codes to ensure proper well abandonment. We are insured and are recommended by the Wisconsin DNR and your local community.
If you’re ready to get rid of your well and move to municipal water sources, contact the Southeastern Wisconsin area's well abandonment experts at Ron Krizan Pump and Plumbing today. Our licensed and insured well abandonment technicians are ready to assist you!
Ron Krizan Pump and Plumbing provides bottled water services and full service retail outlet selling purified drinking water by the gallon. Our service area extends throughout Mount Pleasant and the surrounding areas including: Bristol, Caledonia, Cudahy, Franklin, Franksville, Kenosha, Mount Pleasant, Oak Creek, Pleasant Prairie, Racine, Raymond, Salem, Silver Lake, Somers, South Milwaukee, Sturtevant, Twin Lakes, Union Grove, and Yorkville.