By Gary Baker

The Well Worth It Blog is all about residential wells, why we love them, and how to keep yours healthy and flowing clean, drinkable water for you and your family.

Many people will often lament all of the expenses that can come with homeownership. From appliances to major home systems to minor repairs, it can feel like a never-ending hamster wheel or repair and replace.

The best tactic a homeowner can take in defense of the financial tolls and sleepless nights is to know well in advance how much it will cost to replace the big stuff.

A new well can cost $15,000 or more, depending on several factors, including the depth of the well, the nature of the aquifer into which the well is being drilled, and the type of pressure system being deployed.

In fact, one of our founders incurred about $45,000 in expenses and struggled through months of no water before his system was again operational. (Read his story.)

A well can easily cost as much as a new roof or HVAC system, and it’s clearly just as vital to your family’s well-being.

One way to mitigate those “oh no!” moments is with a warranty. A well warranty can ease the sting of the financial burden of a sudden, unexpected break.

Protect your family’s water supply with WelGard Protection. One low annual fee buys you 24/7 response if anything happens to your well. And we do mean anything. If you don’t already have The Best warranty for your well, learn more today. We got you covered.