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It's either not in water, or it's broken and does not pump water any more.


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Here's what I'd do. I'd make a square of 2x4's standing on their edge, the size of the block. I'd put one 2x4 across the middle as a joist. Then I'd make a square around those with 2x8's, set up with the tops the even with the 2x4's. That way the 2x8's overlap down the outside of the block wall. Then I'd put 1x decking on the top. I wouldn't use pressure ...


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This doesn't need to be complicated or expensive. Build a frame of pressure-treated 2x4 or 2x6 on edge. This should create a well-fitting ring around the well structure. Lay 2x6 or 2x8 boards across the ring and screw them to it. Cover the whole surface with heavy gauge aluminum utility sheet. Lap a few inches, run a bead of silicone caulk between, and ...


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First and foremost, "sturdy" matters more than "light" - in fact, a "standard design goal" for a standard well cover is that you should need at least two people to remove it - helps prevent Timmy from popping it off so Lassie can go get someone to rescue the idiot boy again when he falls in the well, again. That poor dog... ...


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This is easy with strut channel such as Unistrut brand. You can attach the strut to the casing with strut pipe clamps. You can get these in just about whatever size you'd need. These clamp the strut perpendicular to the pipe. With two pieces of strut clamped perpendicular to the casing, spaced the same distance of the mounting holes on the box, you have ...


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