Well Drilling – Residential, Agricultural, Commercial

We drill water wells for residential, agricultural and commercial use ranging in diameter from 5 to 12 inches and as deep as 1200 feet. Depending on the conditions of the location we drill with mud rotary or air rotary drilling.The well is cased with North American Specialties patented Certa-Lok well casing, which is a higher grade of PVC well casing than most companies use.

The innovative processes we have developed over the years allow us to drill cleanly, resulting in a higher well yield. We have also borrowed from the oil well drilling industry and adopted the use of down hole stabilizers and drill collars to get the straightest hole possible.

So whether you need a residential well for a new or existing property, an agricultural well for farming or ranching, or a commercial well, you can be confident that our years of knowledge and our team of experienced drillers means the job will get done right.

Water Well System Design

Every drilling project we do begins the same way – we sit down with the client and discuss what their needs are. This includes water yield, pump and tank capacity, and their budget. Then we design a system that we believe will fit those needs.

We will do a property inspection to locate the proper site for the well and then create the necessary drawings and schematics to apply for permits. When the permit process is complete we schedule a date for the drilling, and the well and pump installation. When the installation is completed, our crews remove any debris resulting from the drilling process and leave your site as clean as is was when they arrived.

Water Well Maintenance

You will want to make sure that you protect your well investment with proper maintenance. Although the equipment we install is of the highest quality and is warranteed, the best way to make sure it gives you many years of dependable performance is with routine maintenance. We can show you what needs to be done or put you on a schedule to do it for you. And should any breakdown in the system occur, we will be there to repair it for you and get your water running again.

Water Well Rehabilitation or Repair

If you have an existing well that has significantly decreased in yield, it may need to be rehabilitated. Rehabilitating a well is usually far less expensive and a better solution than drilling a new well. Decrease in yield may be due to pump corrosion or failure, physical plugging of the screens, mineral build-up, or one of several other factors.