• Water Well Drilling

We drill residential water wells and irrigation water wells  for many different uses, including water for community use, domestic use, agricultural use, industrial use, irrigation, public supply, geothermal use, environmental investigations, and aquifer performance tests.

Types of Water Wells

Types Of Water Wells
There are a lot of factors involved in the drilling of a water well. Whether it is a deep well or a shallow well, it is a complex and difficult process that should only be attempted by a licensed professionals with the right equipment and ample experience. Drill rods can weigh several tons, different types of geological formations require different types of drill bits, many other factors contribute.

An inexperienced driller can set your project back time and time again. Well diameters range from 1″ to 30″ and to depths of 1500 feet.

Types of water wells that we drill:

  • Residential
  • Community
  • Irrigation
  • Agricultural
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Well Abandonment

We also provided well abandonment/plugging services. To properly and legally abandon a water well, it must be done by a licensed water well contractor.

  • Geothermal Well

Geothermal Well
Geothermal Wells are the future of home comfort. Conventional cooling and heating systems are costly and environmentally unsound. If the monthly savings don’t convince you, consider this: According to the EPA, Geothermal Wells operate with 75% greater efficiency than oil furnaces, 48% greater efficiency than gas furnaces and 40% greater efficiency than air source heat pumps.

Some local utilities offer incentives for those who install a geothermal system. Federal tax credits are also available. Save the planet, save some money, with a geothermal well, you can’t lose. We can install geothermal wells for heat pumps that use the earth’s heat to heat and cool your home.

Here is how it works. In a closed loop system, a series of pipes called a loop is installed in the ground. A water solution is then circulated through the pipes and is heated from the earth’s heat and transferred back into your home through your ventilation. In the summer months the heat is extracted from your home into the pipes and then transferred to the ground. It can also be used to heat water.

Open loop systems operate on the same principle as closed loop systems but rather than a series of loops, two wells are installed(supply and return). From the supply well, water is pumped from an aquifer, then circulated through the heat pump to cool or heat your home. The water is returned to the same aquifer via the return well. Wells from open loop systems can also be used for irrigation and/or domestic use.

  • Environmental & Geotechnical

All monitor well personnel have completed the 40-hour OSHA 29CFR 1910 120 safety training.

Enviromental & Geotechnical
Our drilling personnel have experience drilling wells and soil sampling at underground storage tank sites, landfills, hazardous waste sites, dairies and property transaction assessments. Our drillers are versatile and strive to drill or sample exactly to your specifications. They also understand the importance of client confidentiality.
  • Monitoring Wells

All  To provide controlled access for sampling groundwater near an agricultural waste storage or treatment facility to detect seepage and monitor groundwater quality.