Borehole Video

Borehole video cameras are tiny, completely submersible cameras that are lowered into a well and used to inspect the structural integrity of the well, the casing seal, or any sediment or bacterial buildup when a well issue occurs.

Water well problems do occasionally occur; casing seals can be compromised, bacteria can form, well fractures can be blocked by sediment. All of these factors could affect the amount of water (or yield) that a well generates.

Borehole video cameras capture real-time video of the well, which is viewed on a screen above ground and analyzed to determine the cause of and solution for the problem. At Goodwin Well & Water, our drilling experts are particularly adept at getting to the root cause of a well problem. This careful analysis leads to more effective and efficient solutions for our customers.