$1.86/100cf (from 17,000 to 50,000cf)
$2.48/100cf (from 50,000 to 100,000cf)
$3.72/100cf (from 100,000 to 200,000cf)
$4.34/100cf (over 200,000cf)
2260 N Wenas Rd.
Selah, WA 98942
Times are getting tough and maintaining a large chunk of property is almost nearly impossible to do these days considering the watering of such property.
These big properties are being sold off and purchasing these properties are you housing developers. For these developers they build new homes though to keep their cos down or I should say affordable they are drilling one water well for several smaller lots. Known as a Community or Shared Water Well.
A water well is drilled on a specific piece of parcel and a dedicated amount of lots are served on the one water system. Usually this system is a Domestic Water Well only and is required by all that shares this system to maintain any and all problems and expenses. Normally the parcel of property that the well is on is the person typically elected by default to manage this system and is responsible for collecting the cost of the well, being the water rights that is shared and any repairs that are required. Cost can range from as small as the shared water rights to deepening or even re-placing the entire water well, if the water tables drop.
A Community or Shared Water Well can be a great way to share cost though this is about all it is good for. Any well driller or pump worker can tell you very few good stories though lots of nightmare stories. We call these the UGLY WATER AGREEMENTS!
Typically the water system manager has little or possibly No water system management experience and are not prepared for the issues or well maintinence that is required for the life of the water well.
If you are purchasing a home that has a Community or Shared Well it is upmost important that it has clear written words of the usage and cost. Beware of the expenses that can arise and communicate with the manager to stay informed.
Can you break away from your Community or Shared Water Well? Generally Yes! (1)Your parcel must NOT hold the Community or Shared Well! (2) Proof read your water agreement, the county may have set agreement with developer for this specific area.
Yakima Tour Of Homes Is Proudly Being Sponsored By Apple Valley Well Drilling. We are very excited to see you on the tour of homes 2016. Do not forget to bring your cameras and a super fun attitude. Homes will have everything from Chefs to drinks, builders and much more…
How Does the Tour Work?
Yakima is a beautiful valley full of fruits & vineyards with vast amounts of rich water veins that run beneath.
We drill residential water wells and irrigation water wells for many different uses in the Yakima, Kittitas & Benton Counties which includes water for community use, domestic use, agricultural use, industrial use, irrigation, public supply.
We have been drilling water wells in this Yakima Valley since 1978 and our commitment to you is that we will strive to provide you with the best service possible because communication with our customers is an important part of our company! Visit our website @http://www.applevalleywelldrilling.com or call Gary @ 509-697-6605
SPRING HAS SPRUNG
for your water well drilling needs
Yakima, Kittitas & Benton Counties
The ground has lost its frost and is finally drying which gives the well drillers the opportunity to get back to what they do, FINDING YOU WATER!
When there is no frost in the ground it makes it possible to sink the well rigs which averages over 50,000 pounds.
Last week Gary Lydin & David Oldham, Owner/Operators of Apple Valley Well Drilling started their year by a drilling on the North Wenas Rd. in Selah.
Washington State License Verification
Contractor Number: AppleVW945RQ
Washigton Driller License: 1023
Yakama Indian Nation Lic: YN-420-16
Dot Number: 1895095
Water Well Drilling for Zip Codes: 98901, 98902, 98903, 98904, 98907, 98908, 98909, 98920,98921, 98923, 98930, 98932, 98933, 98935, 98936, 98937, 98938, 98939, 98942, 98947, 98948, 98951, 98952, 98953, 98926, 98934,
We are grabbing our clubs for a good cause, and spending the day with nice folks from Yakima at the CWHBA’s Annual Golf Tournament. Come down to the Elks club and visit our great office staff, as they will be handing out free drinks, coolie cups, and raffle prizes for all those who visit our lively table (must be 18 years or older).
My wife and I are very excited because this will be the first year that my daughter and her husband will be able to join us.
What Is Washington Doing?
The Yakima Valley continues to see commercial and domestic water wells dry out, along with less irrigation for our farmers to produce abundant crops. With hardly any snow fall in the winter of 2014 the projections foresee the extension of similar conditions in years to come.
This summer alone residence in this area have had to make many sacrifices in order to conserve water. This includes scaling back on green lawns, investing their money in drilling deeper water wells, installing water efficient pipes and household systems, not to mention the soaring produce prices at the stores, etc.
“We never know the worth of water till the well is dry. ”-Thomas Fuller