Wells & Hydro-Fracture

Most domestic wells are 6 inches in diameter. The drilling process begins with an 8 inch bore hole reaching at least 10' into bedrock. A drive shoe is attached to a 6 inch diameter steel well casing and enough casing is used to reach at least 10' into bedrock with 18 inches exposed above ground. The drive shoe creates a seal in the bedrock and the casing will keep surface water and sand out of the well. The depth of a well will vary depending on the area that your drilling in and the water table in that area. The average well is 330 feet deep but there are many factors involved in determining how deep your well should go.
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We will be happy to meet with you and discuss the two price options we offer for drilling a well which are listed below:
  1. By the Foot Pricing
  2. Package Pricing with Limits

Hydro-Fracture is often used to improve or find water in low yield or dry wells. The process involves equipment placed at different depths in the well and water pressure is then used to open new or existing water veins to increase water production. Our success rate for this is 98%. This procedure must be done by a certified well driller. Be assured that your well is being drilled by someone with experience. Our drillers have drilling experience ranging from 12 to 35 years.
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