Temporary & Permanent Water Well Abandonment
A&T Well and Pump of Raleigh offers well abandonment and repair service in accordance with North Carolina State Regulations. Our experienced team of professionals offer both temporary and permanent water well abandonment services for bored and drilled wells.
Unused, abandoned, or contaminated water wells pose serious health threats. An open well can also create a hazardous landscape. It is important to have your Raleigh area well properly abandoned according to the state-outlined procedures.
Let our Raleigh Well Pump Repair and Well Abandonment Team Assist You with:
- Temporarily Abandoned Wells
- Permanently Abandoned Wells
- Drilled Wells
- Bored Wells
- Sealing Unused or Contaminated Wells
Who Is Responsible For Abandoning A Well?
In North Carolina, a well owner is responsible for safely abandoning the well, unless the well was abandoned due to faulty construction or improper installation, in which case contractors are responsible.
Temporarily Abandoned Wells In North Carolina
A temporarily abandoned well must be sealed with a watertight cap- or else otherwise compatible with the surrounding casing. It must be firmly attached, and difficult to remove by hand. The well must be maintained so as not to become a source of contamination. If your Raleigh area well needs temporary sealing, call the abandonment professionals at 919-291-4063 today for a no obligation estimate.
Permanently Abandoned Wells In Raleigh, North Carolina
According to Wake County’s website: By giving WCDES 24 hours notice and obtaining a permit, only the property owner or a certified well contractor registered with Wake County may abandon a well.
The Wake County Government offers detailed requirements for safe well abandonment, to protect North Carolina’s soil and water tables and prevent contamination and injury. Let the professionals at A&T Well and Pump handle your Raleigh well abandonment, protecting the environment and your family.