What can I cover my well pump with?

What can I cover my well pump with?

Set a lightweight picnic or patio table over the pump, and then top the table with a cascading, weather-resistant tablecloth. A gazing ball placed on top of a chimney-shaped cover could form the basis of a relaxing sitting area. Depending on the pump’s design, you could use it in the disguise.

How can I cover my water well?

Cover it Up An old blanket can work with some plastic on top. Other options are to purchase well covers that look like a rock or insulated covers that can be slipped over the top. These fake rocks can be small or large, depending on what you want to hide from both eyes and the weather.

Should wells be covered?

Water wells require a water-tight cap or cover to prevent contamination from surface runoff or flood waters. But some well caps also require an air vent.

How do I protect my well cap?

The cap should be securely attached and keep out insects and rodents. A damaged cap can allow ants, bees, spiders, earwigs, etc. to set up housekeeping in your well. We recommend a sanitary or “vermin-proof” cap be used. Look to visually verify that all electrical connections are secure and wires are not exposed.

How do I protect my water well from freezing?

If your wellhead is exposed to outside elements and freezing temperatures are on the way, wrap it with insulation, blankets, towels, or anything else you can find that will not cause damage to the wellhead but can help protect it from the cold. Use insulation, or rubber or foam pipe covers to wrap exposed pipes.

How much does it cost to seal an old well?

Wells need to be sealed by a licensed well contractor. This service can cost between $500 to $1,500 or more for sealing an average four-inch diameter domestic well.

What is a well cover made of?

This decorative well cover is constructed with an outer layer of fiberglass and an inside urethane foam insulation. The well cover can be used to protect your well head or cover other piping in your yard.

Why choose GPGP fiberglass for well casing?

GP Fiberglass has been building corrugated well casing for over 20 years. A unique manufacturing method allows us to save time and waste, giving you a consistent and reasonably priced well casing. Click here to view this products catalog page. Click here to view some pictures of Reynolds Drilling Corp of Illinois installing some of our well casing.

What blade do I use to perforate the well casing?

The Well Casing can be perforated with a 4″ diameter tungsten carbide blade in a small skill saw as shown or various other blades can be used in an angle grinder. Thickness of blade shown is 1/16″ but thinner or thicker blades are available.