We are there when you need us. If you are suddenly out of water, you could have problems with your well pump. Call Mastin Septic and Well, Inc. right away at 419-877-9355 for emergency water well and water well pump service and repairs!

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Water Well Pump Installation & Repair

Get quality, long lasting water well pump installation from Mastin Septic and Well. We service and install all major brands of pumps, including Grundfos, and Myers.

Water Well Pump Types:

  • Deep well pumps
  • Submersible pumps
  • Jet well pumps
  • Booster pumps
  • Sump pumps
  • Stainless steel pumps
Deep water well repair service

Water Well Abandonment

Any well that is not being used any more should be sealed. When a well is sealed, bentonite clay mud is pumped into the casing to create a watertight seal from bottom to top. This prevents any contamination from the surface from reaching the aquifer and polluting wells that are in service. Wells need to be sealed by licensed well contractors so that a valid record of the well sealing can be filed with the state offices. An unsealed well or unrecorded well sealing can prevent the transfer of property.

Water well abandonment services

Updating Wells for State and County Upgrades

We install new sealed well caps for mortgage inspections and County upgrades. We also will update your well if the well is in a pit. Mastin Well Service will bring the casing to grade and move pressure tank if needed.

Water well upgrades for compliance with state and county rules

Pressure Tank Installation

Mastin Septic and Well services and installs pressure tanks of all shapes and sizes. From small 10-gallon pressure tanks to large industrial pressure vessels, we can provide you with the tank you need. All of our pressure tanks come with a 5-year warranty. Contact us for an estimate.

Pressure tanks ensure your well water is delivered with the pressure you expect when you turn on a faucet. If your have low water pressure call Mastin Now at 419-877-9355 to learn if your pressure tank is the problem.

Water well pressure tank installation

Water Well Chlorination

Mastin Septic and Well offers well chlorination services for the treatment of iron bacteria and to disinfect your well. If you have a private well that supplies drinking water to your household, you may occasionally have to have that well chlorinated to protect against bacteria that may have contaminated your water.

Well chlorination may be indicated for many reasons including ,presence of bacteria, completion of a new well, pump replacement or repair, system is opened for repairs or maintenance, contamination by flood water or to control iron & sulfur bacteria.

Well water chlorination

Well and Septic Inspections

We can assure that your property meets current codes for well/water systems, and/or septic systems. Many local Realtors use our company for real estate inspections.

Our water well inspections include several different items including:

  • Type of water well
  • Well cover
  • Well pits and vaults
  • Location of well
  • Any hazardous materials on property
  • Any abandoned wells
  • Pump function
Water well inspections Lucas County Ohio

Troubleshooting Well and Water Problems: Some common questions and answers...

Q – Why doesn't my well produce water anymore?

A – There may be several reasons why water is not delivered from a well. First check your breaker box to see if the breaker is tripped. You should call Mastin Septic and Well Inc. to check the pump and pump control equipment, which may have failed. The pump installer can also check the water level in the well. Overuse of the aquifer may have dropped the groundwater level below the depth of your well.

Q – Why does my well seem to pump less water than it used to?

A – Over time minerals or bacteria can constrict your water well screen or your water system pump or piping. Overuse or seasonal lack of recharge of the aquifer can also cause the groundwater level to drop and thus decrease the amount of water that can enter the well. We can check your pump, piping and water level. We can also measure the yield of your well and compare it to the yield when the well was originally drilled.

Q – Why does my pump seem to run every time I turn on the tap?

A – The pressure in your water system is regulated by a pressure tank so that the pump does not have to be run every time there is demand for water. The tank has an air bladder in it that can rupture. Call us at 419-877-9355 to check the pressure tank.

Q – Why does my water fizz?

A – Your well water has gas dissolved in it. This gas may be harmless air or carbon dioxide. It may also be methane. Have the water tested by a laboratory to determine what the gas is and whether or not a treatment system is necessary.