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Access to clean and safe water is essential for your family’s health and well-being. At the Well Doctor in Belmont, N.C., our goal is to give you access to the best quality water possible. That’s why we started in the well business in the first place.

We’re your one-stop-shop for new wells, well equipment, and maintenance. We’ll keep your well pump pumping and make sure that the overall structure is sound. And, when it’s time to put that trusty old pump out to pasture, we’ll have the perfect replacement for you.

We’re confident that we offer the best service in North Carolina. We’d say the United States, but that might seem a little boastful. We offer good, old-fashioned Southern service with some Yankee ingenuity built in for good measure.

Our team is fully licensed and highly experienced. We’ve worked with pump models that are positively prehistoric and the very latest models. We’re confident that our team can handle any issue.

We’ll treat you fairly, give you the best advice, and always treat you like family. For the best deal and service, give us a call today.

We offer:

  • A thorough well inspection
  • Anything that you need to be done with a well pump (even if that means taking it out back and shooting it.) We’ll install a new one too.
  • The fast detection and repairs of leaks
  • Water treatment in situ using chlorine
  • A more advanced filtration system for drinking water
  • A 24/7 no-water emergency service
  • Water testing
  • Water treatment to remove hard minerals and contaminants

About Belmont, N.C.

The town name is the source of an interesting debate. The town name, originally Garibaldi Station, was changed to honor a banker.

A slightly more interesting take on the story is that the pope ordered the change at the time. Apparently, he had a dislike of the Garibaldi family. You decide which version is more appealing to you.

A visit to the Belmont Abby Campus might help you decide. Don’t stop there, though; this town has no shortage of historical gems. Much of the downtown area has been declared a historic district.

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