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THE SKILLINGS BLOG

The knowledge center for well drilling, water treatment & testing, FAQs, tips and know-how.

well services

Skillings and Sons well services for well drilling, pump replacement, well enhancement, water pressure problems, well water shut off, and well water testing and treatment.

  • New home construction in New Hampshire often means drilling a new well. Many water well drilling companies base their price on the depth of the new well, so new homeowners want to know how deep the well has to be dug to give them reliable, clean water. They know the deeper the well, the higher the cost.


  • When it comes to selling a home with well water, it’s important to ask is if the well is up to the task of providing enough quality water to meet the homeowner’s needs. Real estate agents should talk to the sellers and find out how old the well is, if there have been water supply issues in the past or if they’ve experienced a well or water pump failure recently. If the answer to any of these is yes, the home could have a low flow problem.


  • Homeowners tend to take for granted that their well is producing plenty of high-quality water, but private wells can see a reduction in their output over time and water levels can decrease in times of drought.


Skillings and Sons well services for well drilling, pump replacement, well enhancement, water pressure problems, well water shut off, and well water testing and treatment. Our technicians are ready to solve your water supply problems, install a new pump system or service an old pump system. If you have no water, call us now. We provide emergency service 365 days a year.