Should I get a well inspection?
Simply put, YES! Well water (or any private water supply) and water from a municipal tap system are not the same.
Many buyers assume that if the water looks good, doesn't smell bad, and the current owners aren't sick, then the water must be fine. But this is a big mistake. Discovering that the water is unfit to drink or that the well is poorly constructed or in need of replacement is something you want to discover during the buying process. Not after.
A well inspection is the only way to make sure you know exactly what you're getting before purchasing your home. A well inspection should be a standard requirement in the purchase agreement if the water supply is well water. With the information you get from a well inspection, you can make an informed decision whether you should proceed with the purchase or re-negotiate the purchase price.
If you have questions about the inspection process, I'm always available to provide you with the right answers.
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