I just had to tell this to someone. :dance: We bought our house from HUD, a real pig in a poke. Turns out the well is a dud, making something like a pint of water a minute. This means we need to time out our water use. If we did the dishes and the laundry in the same day, we couldn't also bathe. We caught rainwater for the chickens. Summer was great becasue you could shower out on the deck when it rained! Flushing the toilet was something you did only when there was something...uuh, "solid" to flush. A year of this was enough, my wife's parents were coming from out of state to see our place and we made the decision to get the well fixed even if it killed our budget. The answer turned out to be hydrofracking. It's a process where a specialized truck come out, removes your well pump, and blasts water down the drilled well at up to 3000psi to shatter the bedrock and open up the fissures that water follows to get into your well. In our case, the pressure gauge went up to 675psi before it popped. When all was said and done, we are now getting 6 1/2 gallons of water per minute. You can actually hear the water pouring into the well. :rock: Hydrofracking.....$1800 Being able to shower, flush and do laundry whenever you want.....PRICELESS!!!