How to Protect Well From Freezing

courtesy of the Education and Information Network of the Washington State Energy Office – 9/23/95 by Mike Nelson Most household water systems are enclosed in a well house or a well box. An effective enclosure would be well insulated and have a built-in heat source, such as a heat lamp. Some enclosures are built below ground level with walls below the frost line to keep them from freezing. But many well enclosures lack insulation or a heat source. Modifications to your system, remodeling, wear and tear from use, wet or missing insulation, torn weather stripping, or improper design from the … Continue reading How to Protect Well From Freezing