Chelan County - Douglas County - Okanogan County

Water Well Pumps & Water Treatment in Lake Chelan, WA

Rock Well Water Systems & Pumps provides turnkey water pump solutions to Chelan, Washington, and surrounding areas. Bret Gardner and his family work together with their crew of water technicians to keep water flowing for businesses and residences throughout North-central Washington.

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Located in Chelan, Wa

Rock Well Water Systems

Rock Well Water Systems and Pumps is a family-owned and operated well pump and water treatment contractor located in Chelan, WA. It is our mission to provide an excellent experience for our customers while installing and maintaining the water systems that they and their families rely on each and every day.

We are proud to offer a large variety of equipment and services relating to pumping water to homes and businesses and treating it so that it is safe to drink. Our customer service is second to none and our decades of experience allow us to solve any water problem that you have.

Domestic Water and Irrigation Pump Services

If we can’t help you fix your problem over the phone, we’ll send a technician to take care of it for you.
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Lake & River Pumps

We’ll dive down into the water and make sure your pump is operating at full capacity.
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Water Filtration

We have water treatment system options for all impurities found in our area.
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Irrigation Pumps

Water systems to keep your crops and orchards hydrated are a specialty of ours.
“Bret was able and willing to successfully troubleshoot my issue over the phone saving me a wait and a visit. And $. Very professional and patient, and highly recommended!”

- Lars D.

Submersible Water Pumps for Lakes, Rivers & Streams

Do you have water being pumped out of a lake, river, or stream? Few technicians are qualified to work on these types of water systems but at Rock Well Water Systems and Pumps we enjoy the challenge. Our diving pump services include:

  • Submerged Pumps
  • Underwater Pump Inspections

We will scuba dive down to inspect your pump and make sure it is positioned properly. Oftentimes when a lake pump isn’t working it is simply because the pump is upside down and buried in mud. A properly positioned pump will work 100x better and that’s what we’re after.

Surface water being pumped out of lakes and streams may contain bacteria and other substances that aren’t acceptable for drinking water. Allow us to test your water to see if a U/V purification and filtration system is a good idea for you.
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Irrigation Pump Services

The crops and fruit trees need water and lots of it. Our technicians at Rock Well will get you set up a dependable system that will move the water exactly where you need it to go and limit the risk of damage to your crops. Irrigation water systems can be quite complex and require regular servicing to stay running at optimal levels. Irrigation pump services we provide include:

  • Irrigation Pump System Design and Installation
  • Regular Servicing and Maintenance
  • Emergency Pump Repairs
  • Booster Pumps
  • Water Storage Tanks
  • Electrical Control Systems
  • Pumping Water Out of Lakes, Rivers, and Streams

Water Testing & Purification

Lake water and groundwater often contains minerals and bacteria that can have a negative impact on your health as well as your water system. We’ve been working with the water in our local area for decades so there’s not much we haven’t seen before and there’s rarely a problem that we can’t solve.

If you think your water contains something it shouldn’t, give us a call and we’ll come run some tests. When we know what we’re dealing with we’ll explore options with you and get you set you up with the right water treatment system for you. Water treatment systems we provide include:

  • Water Filtration & Softeners
  • UV Purification
  • Water Treatment
  • Water Testing
  • Regular Servicing & Maintenance
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Customer Reviews

“Rockwell is professional and very knowledgeable. My well stopped working on a Thursday before a holiday and they were there Friday morning with everything needed to repair it. I would not use anyone else!"

- Deana R.
“Brett, Kayden, Kyrie, Forest and Oscar are top-notch and professional. They are prompt, courteous and respectful of your property. From little fix-its to complete pump system overhauls, they’re my go to!“

- Adam B.
"Bret, this can't be said too many times... You well deserve the fine reputation for integrity, professionalism, expertise, and caring you have in the Chelan and Manson valley."

- Concie L.
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Enjoy the water in your life!

Is your system not running smoothly? Are you out of water? Have questions about your water system? Here at Rock Well, we are always ready and willing to help! Please give us a call or fill out the form to request a call back if you have any questions.

What Our Customers Say



“Bret, thank you for taking care of the system. It’s good to know I can count on you when I’m out of town.”

– Ron


“Bret, thank you SO much for the extra effort on the water problem.I greatly appreciate you and your knowledge.”

– Fern


“Thank you Bret for all your service and help. We seem to always need your help ASAP, and you certainly do your best to comply.

– Dave K.


“Hi Bret, thank you for coming to our rescue. It amazed me that you & your kids came in less than 24 hours of our no water situation. You & your crew ROCK!!”

– Carol & Tom K.


“Bret, this can’t be said too many times… You well deserve the fine reputation for integrity, professionalism, expertise, and caring you have in the Chelan and Manson valley.”

– Concie L.


“I want to thank you for your prompt response and on how you were able to get our water back on quickly. We are very grateful.”

– Jim

Some of the Cities We Work In

Chelan, WA

  • Orondo, WA
  • Waterville, WA
  • Withrow, WA
  • Mansfield, WA
  • Azwell, WA
  • Bridgeport, WA
  • Sunnybank
  • Manson, WA
  • Starr, WA
  • Manson, WA
  • Beebe, WA
  • Touhey, WA
  • Maplecreek, WA

Okanogan, WA

  • Conconully, WA
  • Barker, WA
  • Riverside, WA
  • Cherokee, WA
  • North Omak, WA
  • Omak, WA
  • Olema, WA
  • Malott, WA
  • Ophir, WA
  • Keystone, WA
  • Chillowist, WA
  • Ophir, WA
  • Wakefield, WA

Douglas, WA

  • Rock Island, WA
  • Sunnyslope, WA
  • Palisades, WA
  • Terrace Park, WA
  • Rock Island, WA
  • Voltage, WA
  • Malaga, WA
  • Wentachee, WA
  • Stayman, WA
  • Farris, WA
  • Wagnersburg, WA
  • Stayman, WA
  • Winesap, WA
  • Entiat, WA

Chelan County

Lake Chelan is a narrow, 50.5-mile long lake in Chelan County, north-central Washington state, U.S. Before 1927, it was the largest natural lake in the state by any measure.

Upon the completion of Lake Chelan Dam in 1927, the elevation of the lake was increased by 21 feet to its present maximum-capacity elevation of 1,100 feet (340 m). Two communities lie on the southern end of the lake, and a third sits at the far north end, providing a gateway to the North Cascades National Park.
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Okanogan County

Okanogan County is a county located in the U.S. state of Washington along the Canada–US border. As of the 2010 census, the population was 41,120. The county seat is Okanogan, while the largest city is Omak. Its area is the largest in the state.

About a fifth of the county’s residents live in the Greater Omak Area. The county forms a portion of the Okanogan Country. The first county seat was Ruby, which has now been a ghost town for more than 100 years.

Okanogan County was formed out of Stevens County in February 1888. The name derives from the Okanagan language place name ukʷnaqín. The name Okanogan (Okanagan) also refers to a part of southern British Columbia.

Douglas County

Douglas County is a county located in the U.S. state of Washington. As of the 2010 census, its population was 38,431. The county seat is Waterville, while its largest settlement is East Wenatchee Bench, although East Wenatchee is the commercial center. The county was created out of Lincoln County on November 28, 1883 and is named for American statesman Stephen A. Douglas.

Douglas County is part of the Wenatchee, WA Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,849 square miles, of which 1,819 square miles is land and 29 square miles is water
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