Scott Water Well Service

Since 1978!

Serving Valley and Adams Counties

About Scott Water Well Service

Scott Water Well Service is dedicated to providing my customers with the highest quality of materials, service and workmanship. I do installation of well pumps, lift pumps and water storage tank/booster pump systems for low production wells. I also provide well production and potable water testing.

I started working in my trade in 1979 and have enjoyed serving every community creating and maintaining their water needs.


  • Energy Efficient Water Storage Systems
  • Domestic Water Well Installation
  • Agriculture Well Pumps
  • Complete Water System Designs
  • Constant Pressure Systems (VFD)
  • Rental Storage Systems
  • Well Production Testing
  • Water Well Certifications
  • Solar Well Pumping Systems
  • Service Contracts
  • End Suction Centrifugal


  • Well Casing is the tube-shaped structure placed in the well to maintain the well opening from the target ground water to the surface. Along with grout, the casing keeps dirt and excess water out of the well. This helps prevent contaminants from less desirable groundwater from entering the well and mixing with the drinking water. Some states and local governing agencies have laws that require minimum lengths for casing. The most common materials for well casing are carbon steel, plastic, and stainless steel. Local geology often dictates what type of casing can be used.
  • Well Caps are placed on top of the well casing to prevent debris, insects, or small animals from getting into the well. Well caps are usually made of aluminum or plastic. They include a vent to control pressure during well pumping.
  • Well Screens are attached to the bottom of the casing to prevent too much sediment from entering the well. The most common well screens are continuous slot, slotted pipe, and perforated pipe.
  • Pitless Adapter is a connector that allows the pipe carrying water to the surface to remain below the frost line. It provides ensures that a sanitary and frost-proof seal is maintained.
  • Jet Pumps are the most commonly used pumps for shallow wells (depth of 25 feet or less). Jet pumps are mounted above ground and use suction to draw water from the well.
  • Submersible Pumps are the most commonly used pumps for deep private wells. The pumping unit is placed inside the well casing and connected to a power source on the surface.

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