Overtime, water intrusion into the wellbore can cause mineral and silt/sand deposits. This can cause wells to decrease in the volume of water available for usage. Schwope drilling offers many different rehabilitation services to maximize well production.
Acidizing wells removes calcium deposits found in the formations in the Hill Country. It is a safe way to "open" the natural porosity and allow more water flow into the well.
Well jetting is the process of inserting metal pipe downhole, and blowing large amounts of air downhole. This removes any debris and built-up silt/sand in the well. This process may allow the property owner to set the pump at a deeper depth and enjoy a higher quantity of water, if available.
Overtime, tree roots can invade a wellbore if a proper casing & cement installed was not performed. This is common is much older wells, but is a cost-saving alternative to drilling a new well.